Jurisprudence
Jurisprudence

Red States Will Suffer

If the Supreme Court disrupts Obamacare, conservatives will harm citizens of their own states.

March 4 2015 2:00 PMWhy the Feds Can’t Charge Darren WilsonThey should, but the Supreme Court gutted the civil rights law he violated when he killed Michael Brown.
March 2 2015 1:39 PMMouthing OffPreet Bharara is an entertaining speaker, but he goes too far.
Feb. 23 2015 9:33 AMIn Defense of Court-PackingWhen the Supreme Court willfully misreads the Constitution, FDR’s plan doesn’t seem so bad.
Feb. 19 2015 4:34 PMGrand Juries Are MedievalThe system needs to be reformed. This is a first step.
Feb. 18 2015 11:29 AMSlate Voice: “I Am Ready to Declare a Truce in the Gay Cake Wars”Listen to Mark Joseph Stern read his piece about what he terms, “the stupidest thing I’ve ever covered.”
Feb. 11 2015 9:36 AMThe Chief Justice Has Never Been Pulled Over in His LifeWhy John Roberts’ naiveté matters to anyone who cares about policing.
Feb. 9 2015 11:44 AMAtticus Finch Is My Law Students’ HeroWe need him more than ever.
Feb. 3 2015 5:28 PMThe Capital Punishment Cover-UpVirginia wants to hide “all information relating to the execution process.”
Jan. 23 2015 10:52 AMTexas Used Junk Science to Restrict AbortionThe state’s experts lied—and they got caught.
Jan. 20 2015 11:51 AMAmerican LiarWhy Jesse Ventura is likely to collect millions from Chris Kyle’s American Sniper.
Jan. 13 2015 12:08 PMThe Obama JusticesSonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan represent conflicting styles of liberalism—or are they complementary?
Dec. 30 2014 11:49 AMFederalist Rolling PapersTwo states’ rights advocates are pursuing a silly lawsuit to the Supreme Court that could undermine states’ rights.
Dec. 23 2014 12:09 PMProtest Is Democracy at WorkWe should be grateful for people who take to the streets. 
Dec. 22 2014 10:49 AMDomestic Violence Is ViolenceMass killers often start by stalking or assaulting women.
Dec. 17 2014 8:00 AMThe Price of DeathWhy capital punishment cases are in steep decline, even in Texas.
March 2 2015 3:38 PMWhat’s the Worst Thing That Could Happen?Our Amicus podcasters explain why millions of people could lose their health insurance.
Feb. 24 2015 3:28 PMColleges Aren’t Equipped to Investigate RapeState legislatures are debating surprisingly smart laws to bring justice to campus.
Feb. 20 2015 9:12 AMSperm Donors Are Winning Visitation RightsMarriage equality isn’t enough to protect gay families.
Feb. 19 2015 9:30 AMJustice for Victims of Domestic ViolenceOne thing they really need is lawyers.
Feb. 12 2015 10:07 AMAnti-Abortion TerrorismTen ways that laws and law enforcement should protect clinic workers.
Feb. 10 2015 2:34 PMUnconscionable PracticeThis court ruling could mean the end of gay conversion therapy.
Feb. 4 2015 3:23 PMDying for a Conservative CauseRepublicans put liberty ahead of life.
Jan. 27 2015 11:18 AMSlate Voice: “American Liar”Listen to Mark Joseph Stern read his piece about Jesse Ventura’s defamation suit against Chris Kyle.
Jan. 22 2015 9:07 AMA Taxing DecisionThe Supreme Court will rule in favor of gay marriage for the most practical of reasons.
Jan. 16 2015 3:30 AMWhat Happened at Slate This Week?An insuppressibly exuberant reading list from Mark Joseph Stern.
Jan. 6 2015 6:07 PMPneumatic FeverThe Supreme Court doesn’t want to rush into embracing new technology. But it shouldn’t crawl either.
Dec. 29 2014 1:32 PMThe 10 Worst Civil Liberties Violations of 2014It’s been an exceptionally awful year.
Dec. 22 2014 3:11 PMNorth Carolina’s Outrageous Abortion Requirement Is Struck DownA conservative judge sticks up for medical ethics and the First Amendment.
Dec. 18 2014 9:03 AMWe Were Doing It Wrong: The Very First Political GabfestWatch Emily, John, and David review their inaugural Gabfest from 2005.
Dec. 16 2014 5:21 PMThe Doomed Sandy Hook LawsuitA sweeping federal gun law could prevent the parents of the school shooting’s victims from ever getting justice.

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