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Professor Demleitner contributes to SCOTUSblog - Argument Analysis in Beckles v. United States

Washington and Lee law professor Nora Demleitner recently contributed a second post to SCOTUSblog, the leading blog for news and information on the U.S. Supreme Court.   59 more words

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Professor Demleitner Contributes to SCOTUSblog

Washington and Lee law professor Nora Demleitner recently contributed to  SCOTUSblog, the leading blog for news and information on the U.S. Supreme Court.  Professor Demleitner’s post, titled  38 more words

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FOLLOWING SCOTUS

SCOTUS, aka the Supreme Court of The United States, had itself one big day yesterday. They come down solidly on the side of women’s rights against the state of Texas. 173 more words

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Texas' Voter ID Law - Challenged Again.

New Challenge To Texas Voter ID Law, by Lyle Denniston, SCOTUSblog

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The long-running controversy over a Texas voter ID requirement — a dispute that once kept Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg up all night writing a dissent — returned to the Supreme Court on Friday as challengers sought again to stop the law’s enforcement. 

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MSNBC: Jason Johnson on the Merrick Garland SCOTUS Nomination

On MSNBC’s The Place For Politics, The Root Politics Editor Jason Johnson and Amy Howe of SCOTUSblog discuss the nomination of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court of the United States.

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U.S. Supreme Court Nominee Merrick Garland

The news is all abuzz about President Obama’s nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court and whether he should be considered by Congress or whether the next president should be the one to fill the vacant seat.   193 more words

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"The Enemy Of Strategic Success": Obama’s 2005 Blog Post On SCOTUS Good Advice For Today’s Republicans

Regular readers of that fine online watering hole for all things Supreme, the SCOTUSblog, were probably startled Wednesday morning by a guest post from a former constitutional scholar named Barack Obama. 791 more words

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