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Why Marriage Equality is Inevitable

It is obvious and inarguable that marriage equality’s fate will be decided via judicial review. Even those that rarely pay attention to the Supreme Court know that the nation’s highest arbiter has agreed to hear four new cases regarding same-sex marriage. 855 more words

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Can second mortgages on underwater property be voided in bankruptcy? SCOTUS to decide

By: Debra Cassens Weiss

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether a second mortgage on an underwater house can be voided in bankruptcy. 178 more words

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Supreme Court temporarily blocks same-sex marriage in Kansas

By: Debra Cassens Weiss

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has temporarily blocked same-sex marriages in Kansas in response to a stay application that cites a newly developed circuit split. 180 more words

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Kudos for SCOTUSblog updates

SCOTUSblog’s e-mail updates have been pretty helpful this October Term! We just started using them to track a few merits cases for which the filings have been fairly slow to appear on Bloomberg Law & WestlawNext. 50 more words

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Looking for SCOTUS Updates and Info?

Looking for ways to keep up on the news and activities of the U.S. Supreme Court this term? Try these two. While the court’s in session, our go-to source for updates is the highly acclaimed, … 94 more words

Lost In The Stacks (Reference)

Dollar General v. Mississippi Choctaw Cert Petition on SCOTUSBlog Watch List

Here.

I wondered when I learned that Tom Goldstein is co-counsel for the petitioners when this petition would end up as a SCOTUSblog “Petition of the Day.” … 393 more words

Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

'You disgust me': Angry lefties scold SCOTUSblog for Hobby Lobby decision; Just one problem...

@lachlan @SCOTUSblog Classic.

— Concrete Charlie (@JumpyNelson) June 30, 2014

SCOTUSblog is a fantastic resource for learning about all-things related to the U.S. Supreme Court. The SCOTUSblog…

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