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“Choose in Virginia Strikes Down Federal Restrict on Age of Handgun Patrons; The ruling in Richmond is without doubt one of the first profitable challenges to gun management legal guidelines underneath the Supreme Court docket’s landmark 2022 Bruen resolution”: Glenn Thrush of The New York Occasions has this report.
“The Supreme Court docket’s Pork Choice Fractured the Justices within the Weirdest Means Attainable”: Mark Joseph Stern has this Jurisprudence essay on-line at Slate.
“US appeals court docket overturns first ‘Varsity Blues’ scandal convictions”: Jonathan Stempel and Nate Raymond of Reuters have this report on a ruling that the U.S. Court docket of Appeals for the First Circuit issued immediately.
“Clarence Thomas’s 2011 Ethics Complaints Are Below Senate Scrutiny; Bloomberg revealed new particulars on stress over 2011 complaints; Democratic senator is asking judiciary for extra info”: Zoe Tillman of Bloomberg Information has this report.
“GOP megadonor Harlan Crow rebuffs congressional request to reveal particulars about journey and actual property offers with Clarence Thomas”: Ariane de Vogue, Shawna Mizelle, Lauren Fox, and Tierney Sneed of CNN have this report.
“26. Two Theories of Equal Safety; In a sequence of selections beginning within the Seventies, the Supreme Court docket set the stage for subjecting race-based affirmative motion to probably the most exacting constitutional scrutiny.” Steve Vladeck has this put up at his “One First” Substack web site.