Wednesday round-up

Coverage of and commentary on Monday’s decisions continue.  In Kerry v. Din, a majority of the Court vacated the Ninth Circuit’s ruling that a U.S. citizen whose spouse’s application for a visa was denied has a right to judicial review of the denial.  Elizabeth Keyes kicks off an online symposium on the case at Immigration Law Prof Blog, while another post looks at this Term’s immigration cases more broadly; the blog also links to a U.S. Law Week article focusing on the significance of the case for same-sex marriage.
In an op-ed for The National Law Journal (subscription required), Susannah Pollvogt argues that, because “of the confusion and (largely fabricated) political volatility surrounding the doctrine of animus, I do not think that the court will rely on it in its decision in” the challenges to state bans on

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