by Caroline Cox
On Friday, April 24, ACS hosted a panel discussion on the marriage equality cases. Warren Richey of The Christian Science Monitor discusses whether the Supreme Court will issue a landmark decision on the cases in June, and references Paul Smith’s comments from the panel. Michael Doyle of McClatchy quotes Steve Sanders from the panel in a preview of the oral arguments.
Tom Watts of the Harvard Law & Policy Review previews the same-sex marriage oral arguments scheduled to be heard by the Supreme Court on Tuesday.
In the Huffington Post, Geoffrey R. Stone examines the historical arc of the fight for gay rights and the future of same-sex marriage in the United States.
At SCOTUSblog, Lyle Denniston considers the decisive questions of the same-sex marriage cases before the Supreme Court.
Nina Totenberg considers at NPR the Justices’ previous comments and opinions related to same-sex marriage.
In The New York Times, Sheryl Gay Stolberg discusses on how Jim Obergefell, one of the plaintiffs in the challenge to Ohio’s marriage law, shows “how far the gay rights movement has come in one of the most traditionally conservative corners of the Midwest.”
Alan B. Morrison, faculty advisor to the ACS Student Chapter at George Washington University Law School, argues at the Huffington Post that the proposed nuclear weapons deal with Iran is fair to both Congress and the President.