What Happens If The Worst Happens?
What happens if a candidate dies before the electoral college votes? This came up at my oral argument in the Supreme Court case about electors, but there was no clear resolution.
June Medical As The New Casey
As in prior abortion cases, the Chief Justice gave abortion supporters a victory while at the same time laying the groundwork for much weaker protections for abortion rights.
The SDNY Debacle And The Supreme Court
The Trump administration's apparent desire to force out the U.S. Attorney for SDNY could have implications for several major Supreme Court cases this term.
Voting & Guns
The dissenters in the New York gun case confirm that their reasoning in RNC v. DNC was a makeweight shell game.
Healthcare & Guns
On what the Supreme Court's opinions today suggest about next term's challenge to the ACA.
Versus Trump: Wisconsin Republicans Versus Elections
On this week’s Versus Trump, Jason and Charlie discuss last week's election in Wisconsin, include two rulings—one by the Wisconsin Supreme Court and one by the U.S. Supreme Court—that don't hold up very well in light of what occurred. Listen now!
A Tale of Two Neil Gorsuches
It seems just last month Justice Gorsuch was saying his rule was not to “make it up" and was to "follow the law.” The Title VII cases allow us to see whether that's the case.
Judges, Do The Reading
The oral argument in the TPS case featured a line of questioning that suggested one of the judges had not read the relevant Supreme Court case.
The Costs Of The Census Debacle
Even though the administration ultimately caved and chose not to include a citizenship question on the census, its two-week flirtation with including a citizenship question on the 2020 census had significant costs.