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Nope, Not Over It

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On November 29, 2010
Jeffrey Toobin on the 10th anniversary of one of the worst Supreme Court decisions of all time: [M]omentous Supreme Court cases tend to move quickly into the slipstream of the Court’s history. In the first ten years after Brown v. Board of Education, the 1954 decision that ended the doctrine of separate but equal in […]

Perry and Standing

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On August 13, 2010
Doug Mataconis notes an interesting aspect of yesterday’s important ruling that will permit same-sex marriages to go forward in California later this month unless the Circuit Court intervenes: If neither Brown nor Schwarzenegger chooses to appeal the case, and no law requires that they do as far as I know, then an appeal by the […]

Deem creep!

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On March 17, 2010

The noise from the right about the constitutionality of “deeming” beggars description. Consider Limbaugh: If [House Democrats] pass this using the Slaughter solution—in other words, lite

Frankfurterism

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On November 12, 2009

I have an article up on TAP noting that the referendum overturning same-sex marriage rights should once and for all make clear that “the idea that changes in support of gay and lesbian rights ca

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