Walter Dellinger
Walter Dellinger

Walter Dellinger was head of the Office of Legal Counsel from 1993 to 1996.

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June 30 2015 5:23 PMSupreme Court Breakfast TableSame-sex couples are entitled to equal treatment, even in Texas. 
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June 25 2015 11:54 AMSupreme Court Breakfast TableThis may be the best term a solicitor general has ever had.
Jurisprudence
March 5 2015 4:17 PMRed States Will SufferIf the Supreme Court disrupts Obamacare, conservatives will harm citizens of their own states.
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June 30 2014 8:34 AMSupreme Court Breakfast TableIs “specious unanimity” as awful as it sounds?
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June 25 2014 4:27 PMThe Court May No Longer Be the Head Cheerleader for the War on Drugs
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June 26 2013 8:01 AMSupreme Court 2013: The Year in ReviewShelby County fundamentally distorts the role of Congress.
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June 21 2013 10:24 AMSupreme Court 2013: The Year in ReviewWhen DOMA passed, no one imagined it could be unconstitutional.
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June 29 2012 5:06 PMSupreme Court Year in ReviewWhy Obama Won More Than a Battle
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June 27 2012 3:30 PMSupreme Court Year in ReviewWho lost Obamacare? Let’s evaluate the leading suspects.
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June 26 2012 11:18 AMSupreme Court Year in ReviewAt least the court didn’t make Citizens United worse.
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June 22 2012 11:28 AMSupreme Court Year in ReviewCould the court’s conservatives split the difference on Obamacare?
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June 27 2011 5:28 PMIf Violent Video Games Are OK, Are Contraception Videos, Too? 
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June 27 2011 10:56 AMWill the New York Legislature's Decision on Gay Marriage Affect the Supreme Court?
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June 23 2011 3:18 PMMeanwhile, at the White House …
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June 28 2010 2:50 PMA Question About the Precedential Value of the Chicago Guns Case
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June 28 2015 4:29 PMSupreme Court Breakfast TableLoving v. Virginia was 9–0. Obergefell v. Hodges was 5–4.
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June 24 2015 10:45 AMSupreme Court Breakfast TableConservative decisions on Obamacare subsidies and gay marriage would cleave the nation in two.
Jurisprudence
Nov. 20 2014 8:48 PMIt’s LegalThe underpinnings of the president’s immigration plan are anything but radical.
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June 27 2014 4:20 PMSupreme Court Breakfast TableDid Scalia really accuse Roberts of making a deal?
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June 25 2014 9:24 AMSupreme Court Breakfast TableA retirement decision is not a judicial act.
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June 23 2013 10:28 PMSupreme Court 2013: The Year in ReviewIt’s not hypocritical to want the Supreme Court to strike down DOMA but not the Voting Rights Act.
Jurisprudence
Dec. 11 2012 5:24 PMNo Harm, No StandingIn the California gay-marriage case, no one has a legal interest in denying someone else’s happiness.
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June 28 2012 1:13 PMSupreme Court Year in ReviewWhy this is now Chief Justice Roberts’ court
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June 26 2012 6:07 PMSupreme Court Year in ReviewPerhaps Justice Scalia is reading the wrong Constitution?
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June 25 2012 5:21 PMSupreme Court Year in ReviewPeople are painting the Arizona immigration case as a “split verdict.” Nope, the feds won big.
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June 28 2011 5:32 PMOh, the Cases We'll See
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June 27 2011 2:31 PMThe Court Agrees to Hear a Case About Warrantless GPS Tracking on Cars
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June 24 2011 4:29 PMWhat Do Criminal Defendants Really "Enjoy"?
Jurisprudence
Dec. 6 2010 8:00 PMStanding on Its HeadWhy the technical "standing" issue properly decides the gay marriage appeal.
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June 28 2010 8:10 AMA Sad Day for the High Court

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