by Jim Thompson
In the Huffington Post, Geoffrey Stone, co-faculty advisor to the ACS Student Chapter at the University of Chicago Law School, discusses Justice Scalia’s failed effort “to make originalism the dominant approach to constitutional interpretation.”
At Hamilton and Griffin on Rights, Glenn Northern presents religious arguments against two upcoming Supreme Court cases that aim to severely restrict reproductive health services at the expense of women’s religious liberties.
Rekha Basu in The Courier blasts Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, for obstructing the judicial nominations process in a blatantly unconstitutional manner.
“A $1.1 million corporate spending blitz that helped defeat two candidates for the Arkansas Supreme Court has prompted the state legislature to call for reforms that would either eliminate judicial elections, ban undisclosed ‘dark’ money in those races, or both,” reports Justin Miller at The American Prospect.