Sometime Friday, probably before noon, the Supreme Court is due to have a conversation about gay rights, discussing whether to open what could be the final judicial chapter on same-sex marriage.
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January 1 is one of the most noteworthy days in American history, marking President Abraham Lincoln’s decision to issue the Emancipation Proclamation.
In case you missed it, watch four sets of live events celebrating Bill of Rights Day, with authors discussing the Constitution and the historic figures related to it. Featured authors include Stephen Wermiel, Yuval Levin, Timothy Sandefur and Harlow Giles Unger.
You may not know who Dollree “Dolly” Mapp was, but it was her case in 1961 that opened up a new era of due process rights for American citizens.
In this commentary, Doug Kendall and Brianne Gorod from the Constitutional Accountability Center argue Judge Jeffrey Sutton’s recent opinion about same-sex marriage challenges a landmark Supreme Court case.