Friday round-up

Briefly:

At Bloomberg BNA (subscription required), David Faigman contends that the Court’s recent decision in Glossip v. Gross, upholding Oklahoma’s use of midazolam in its lethal injection protocol, demonstrates that the Justices have “little understanding of science and make no effort to connect relevant scientific premises to their constitutional decisions.”
At his Election Law Blog, Rick Hasen discusses a recent redistricting decision by the Florida Supreme Court and the effect of the Court’s decision in Arizona State Legislature v. Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission on that decision.

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