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Nov. 24 2015 2:13 PMWisconsin’s Abortion Law Is UnconstitutionalThese are the greatest quotes from a ruling that slams the state for feigning an interest in women’s health.
Nov. 23 2015 1:10 PMDoes the First Amendment Protect Professionals?The bizarre case law that upholds free speech courts like and bans speech they don’t.
Nov. 17 2015 3:08 PMAnthony Kennedy’s Right to ChooseThe justice who cares about dignity and autonomy should vote against Texas’ abortion law.
Nov. 12 2015 8:30 AMAn Invitation to End the Death PenaltyThe time is now, and this opportunity might not present itself again soon.
Nov. 10 2015 1:23 PMWhy Are We All Talking About Starbucks Cups?The war on Christmas is fake. But conflicts between religious and secular values are real.
Nov. 6 2015 5:13 PMThe Little Sisters of the Poor Get Their Day at the Supreme CourtIs opting out of part of the Affordable Care Act a religious burden?
Nov. 5 2015 1:32 PMWatch an Incredible 1983 Clip Foreshadowing Canada’s New LeadershipA gorgeous, inspiring reminder of how far the world has come.
Oct. 30 2015 1:56 PMVirginia’s Vanishing Death PenaltyA study of every capital case in the past decade shows that a new system is working.
Oct. 28 2015 4:53 PMLouisiana Prosecutor Wants to “Cold Cock” Defense AttorneysTemper, temper.
Oct. 22 2015 5:45 PMAttacks on Churches and Women’s Health Clinics Are Domestic TerrorismWe should be talking more about what is happening in Ferguson, Missouri.
Oct. 20 2015 3:07 PMA Woman’s Right to KnowCan California make crisis pregnancy centers say what they really are?
Oct. 15 2015 5:28 PMBlack Sisters Endured Relentless Racist BullyingWhen they complained, the school called their tormenters’ parents.
Oct. 7 2015 5:29 PMJerry Brown’s Humble, Humane DecisionAll lawmakers should follow his example, especially when thinking about life and death.
Oct. 2 2015 9:03 AMWill Sandra Day O’Connor’s Legacy Live On?We’re lucky it lasted as long as it did.
Oct. 1 2015 12:47 PMHow the Supreme Court Justices Spent Their Summer VacationAs the new term begins, can they ever forgive one another?
Nov. 24 2015 12:13 PMThe Benghazi Whistleblower’s StoryBradley Podliska’s lawsuit alleges a pattern of discrimination, defamation, and partisan paranoia.
Nov. 19 2015 1:24 PMRefugee-Fearing Mayor Wants to Round Them UpThe real lesson of America’s Japanese internment camps is that fear makes us cowardly and vicious.
Nov. 16 2015 10:00 AMChildren Sue Over Climate ChangeIt’s like the plot of a Disney movie: 21 kids with gumption pitted against the president of the United States.
Nov. 11 2015 4:29 PMWhat Does the Constitution Say About a Praying High School Football Coach?Coercing students isn’t exactly sporting.
Nov. 9 2015 3:40 PMSonia Sotomayor Takes a Stand Against Police BrutalityIn a stunning dissent, the justice condemns the “culture” of deadly force.
Nov. 6 2015 9:38 AMQuestions Rachel Maddow Should Ask the Democrats Running for PresidentHow they think about the Supreme Court could be their most important qualification. 
Nov. 4 2015 5:00 AMThe Worst LawyersDeath sentences are down across the country—except for where one of these guys is the defense attorney.
Oct. 30 2015 12:07 PMHow Prejudiced Prosecutors Create All-White JuriesFinally, one got caught using blatant racism.
Oct. 26 2015 9:32 AMThe Lawyer Who Defeated DOMAEight questions for Roberta Kaplan about the fight for gay marriage.
Oct. 21 2015 9:34 AMOn Gun Laws, We Must Get the History RightUnderstanding who carried weapons in the 17th century could determine where you may carry a gun today.
Oct. 20 2015 12:32 PMScalia Is Wrong About KansasHis speculation that voters would oust judges who “don’t like the death penalty” was dead wrong.
Oct. 12 2015 10:30 PMLeave Your Gun Out, Go to JailCarelessly stored firearms kill two children a week. That won’t change until we start prosecuting parents.
Oct. 5 2015 4:48 PMPope Francis’ Message Isn’t Echoed at Red MassA reminder that the only faith that should matter at the Supreme Court is faith in the Constitution.
Oct. 1 2015 5:13 PMThe Supreme Court’s Most Important Cases of the New TermJust how bad will things be for abortion, affirmative action, unions, and voting rights?
Sept. 30 2015 5:30 AMSafety LastOne of the most reprehensible bosses in recent history is finally facing justice.