LegalEyes for October 28, 2014

October 28, 2014

by Caroline Cox

Zach Carter of the Huffington Post reports on Chuck Schumer’s remark that a loss for the Democrats in the upcoming midterms would result in a Supreme Court unfriendly to the Democrats for decades.  

At Hamilton & Griffin on Rights, Marci A. Hamilton and Leslie C. Griffin list their top ten objections to the new Department of Health and Human Services’ proposed regulations that interpret Hobby Lobby.

In the blog for the Brennan Center for Justice, Jessica Eaglin discusses a recent victory for defendants’ Sixth Amendment right to counsel.

Brianne Gorod writes for Balkinization on why the Supreme Court should not hear the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act.

In Salon, Steven Rosenfeld writes about the fight for marriage equality in Kansas and the uphill battle the LGBT movement faces in the state.