by Caroline Cox
Justice Watch, the blog for Alliance for Justice, explains why a Republican-controlled Senate does not necessarily doom the judicial confirmation process for Obama-nominated judges.
Jeffrey Rosen has a less optimistic view, and argues in The New Republic that the death of a justice during a Republican Congress would lead to disaster.
Russel Berman reports in The Atlantic that a challenge to the filibuster survived a recent Supreme Court challenge.
At SCOTUSblog, Amy Howe discusses Zivotofsky v. Kerry, the Jerusalem passport case, and what yesterday’s oral argument signals about how the Supreme Court will decide the case.
Irin Carmon of MSNBC reports on the numerous ballot measures that challenge reproductive rights throughout the country.