Adam Liptak and Steven Greenhouse of The New York Times summarize today’s 5 to 4 rulings in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. and Harris v. Quinn, the final two decisions of the Court’s October Term 2013.
Selina Maclaren writes at Salon that the justices of the Supreme Court have a problem understanding new technologies, especially when they try to analogize these technologies to previous inventions already protected.
Jack Goldsmith explains at Lawfare how a proposed lawsuit by the House of Representatives against President Obama in an Article III court is not how the framers would have envisioned Congress attempting to rein in perceived executive overreach.
At Vox, Dylan Matthews discusses how emerging technologies such as GPS may soon eliminate mass incarceration.
Ronald K.L. Collins tracks efforts in the Senate to amend the First Amendment in a way that would allow congressional regulation of campaign financing at Concurring Opinions.