Wednesday round-up

Briefly:

In a story for The National Law Journal (subscription or registration required), Tony Mauro reports on some of the highlights of Ted Cruz’s comments about the Court and its members in his new autobiography.
In another story for The National Law Journal (subscription or registration required), Mauro reports that last night the Court “turned away a full-scale challenge to capital punishment in the case of a convicted murderer in Missouri set for execution at 6 p.m.”
In his column for The Atlantic, Garrett Epps looks at Justice Clarence Thomas, who will soon begin his twenty-fifth year on the Court, and suggests that Thomas has “always marched to the beat of his own conservative drum, and lately the rhythms of that drum have become more distinct.”
In an op-ed for the Los Angeles Times, Erwin Chemerinsky argues that the “tone” in

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