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FindLaw’s examined the financial impact of Supreme Court decisions based on a recent report by Chicago-Kent Professor Dan Katz and others.
On Tuesday, Kim Davis was released from jail under orders “not interfere in any way, directly or indirectly, with the efforts of her deputy clerks to issue marriage licenses to all legally eligible couples.”
CNN’s Ariane de Vogue predicts that future appointments to the Supreme Court will feature prominently in the 2016 presidential campaign.
A federal trial judge has opened up the potential for a lawsuit by the House of Representatives, claiming “the Obama administration is spending billions of dollars on the new health care program without Congress’s permission to do so.”
Sonia Sotomayor gave talks at the Springfield Public Forum’s 80th anniversary and at the Holyoke Public Library. “Working together, we can become, or try to become, a more perfect union,” she said. “As a society, we can correct ourselves.”
Judge Posner’s new book includes a discussion of the Supreme Court’s diversity problem.