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  • Richard L. Hasen is Chancellor’s Professor of Law and Political Science at the University of California, Irvine. When it comes to jurisprudence on voting rights, the Supreme Court stands at a crossroads. If the Court ends up with a new liberal majority, it could limit the ability of states to pass restrictive voting rules such […]
  • “And nothing has changed. And everything has changed.” – David Bowie, “Sunday” At the end of “Heaven Is a Place”, the season two finale for Halt and Catch Fire, our protagonists were on the brink of great change. Cameron Howe (Mackenzie Davis), brusque girl genius founder of online network Mutiny, shepherded her coder monkeys out […]
  • Change is coming—with or without you. Source:
  • In the weeks that followed the February 13 death of Justice Antonin Scalia, it became clear that his absence was having a significant impact on the Court. Not only was the Court granting review in fewer cases than normal, but it deadlocked on several in which it had heard oral argument and issued rulings that […]
  • Yesterday a Virginia school board asked the Supreme Court to review a decision by a federal appeals court in favor of a transgender student who identifies as a boy and wants to use the boys’ bathroom. Amy Howe covers the petition for this blog, with additional coverage coming from Mark Walsh of Education Week. Yesterday […]
  • As Above the Law celebrates its tenth anniversary, let us know about your favorite figures from our pages. Source:
  • Max Salk is not having a great morning. Source:
  • * Angolan and Nigerian crudes were offered at high levels, although potential buyers said weaker refining margins and higher freight costs argued in favour of lower prices. Source:
  • The Buried Giant Kazuo Ishiguro 2016 Mythopoeic Award Nominee 2015 Goodreads Choice Award Nominee (Fantasy) The past is shrouded in a mist. Literally. Axl and Beatrice are an elderly couple living in a post-Arthurian Britain, and they can’t remember anything. All that’s left to them are drifting fragments of disjointed memories and vague feelings. At […]
  • YENAGOA, Nigeria, Aug 30 (Reuters) – A militant group said on Tuesday it attacked a pipeline operated by a subsidiary of Nigeria’s state oil company in the country’s southern Delta region, just a day after the most prolific rebel group in the restive energy hub said it had halted hostilities. Source:
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