Thursday round-up

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In her column for The New York Times, Linda Greenhouse discusses the challenges to the Affordable Care Act’s birth-control mandate by religious non-profits and the possibility that the groups’ “argument goes too far, even for the Roberts court.”
In the Supreme Court Brief (subscription required), Tony Mauro reports that the “recent release of the annual financial disclosure forms submitted by U.S. Supreme Court justices has renewed the debate over when justices should recuse in pending cases and how they should avoid conflicts of interest.”
In The National Law Journal (subscription or registration required), Marcia Coyle reports that the Court’s “recent decisions on same-sex marriage and health care served as the catalysts for” Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz’s “Senate hearing Wednesday on retention elections, term limits and other means to rein in what he labeled the justices’ ‘lawlessness.’”
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Wednesday round-up

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At the Blog of Legal Times (subscription or registration required), Tony Mauro reports on a recent poll indicating that “[p]ublic support for life tenure for U.S. Supreme Court justices is decreasing, while the notion of allowing cameras in the court is more popular than ever.”
At Library of Law and Liberty, Mark Pulliam continues his series of posts on the road to Abood v. Detroit Board of Education – the decision that the petitioners in next Term’s Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association have asked the Court to overturn.
At Cato at Liberty, Roger Pilon discusses the Court’s decision in the same-sex marriage cases, “defending Kennedy’s conclusion inObergefell v. Hodges but taking exception to his reasoning.”

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