Weekly Roundup – June 11, 2014

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What did the Court’s decision in Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action mean? Professor Vinay Harpalani explains the case and its implications

A New York Times reporter could face jail time for refusing to reveal a source, now that the Supreme Court has refused his case

Voting rights will be back in the Supreme Court spotlight next Term with a new case out of Alabama

The Supreme Court unanimously decided the Arkison bankruptcy case in a way that encouraged an “expansive view of jurisdiction”. Learn about the case from our video

The Court declines to block BP spill payments

The Clinton Library’s recent document release includes a behind-the-scenes look at the nomination process for Justices Ginsburg and Breyer. One was even proclaimed “a cold fish.”

SCOTUSblog continues to fight for their press pass, despite inconsistent objections from the Standing Committee

A journalist argues that cameras in SCOTUS would increase public awareness, not confusion, on behalf of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press

The Court leaves intact jury verdicts against big tobacco

In an unusual majority, the Supreme Court rules that some kids have to restart the immigration process at 21

Monday was the 45th anniversary of Chief Justice Warren Earl Burger’s confirmation to the Court. See him swearing in Kissinger in this photo

Lyle Denniston explains the Argentine bond saga as simply as possible

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