Tuesday round-up

Scalia/Ginsburg, an opera inspired by the differences between the two Justices and friends, made its debut last weekend at the Castleton Festival in Virginia.  NPR’s Nina Totenberg reports on the opera, while Jess Bravin of The Wall Street Journal covers Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s reaction.
The execution of Missouri death row inmate David Zink – the first execution since the Court’s decision in Glossip v. Gross, upholding Oklahoma’s use of midazolam as the first drug in its lethal injection protocol – is scheduled for this evening.  In one post at casetext, Josh Lee argues that the scheduled execution “places us at a crossroads—what the Supreme Court does now, in light of the signals it sent in Glossip, will portend something important for us as a society.”  And in another post, Vicki Werneke discusses what the Court’s decision on

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