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An observation on questions at oral argument.

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The surprising relevance of Marbury v. Madison.

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A brief overview of what to expect when the court resumes work next week.

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Happy 230th Constitution.

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A debate about legal ethics at the Supreme Court.

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The just-concluded Supreme Court term was a relatively quiet one, but don't expect that to continue.

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What birth certificates and wedding cakes have in common.

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It does rather seem as if the effect of today's ruling is to schedule the case for an argument date that it will never reach, and to order the parties to brief a mootness question that will itself be moot, while ignoring the mootness question that will be more relevant in October.

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Justice Clarence Thomas suggests property rights advocates may be looking for love in all the wrong places.

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Gorsuch's commitment to textualism is evident in his first three opinions -- a majority, a partial concurrence and a dissent.

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