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Supreme Court sets timing for same-sex marriage rulings

Posted 9 months, 25 days ago.

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Without saying it directly on Tuesday, the Supreme Court set the day and time for its historic rulings on same-sex marriage on Wednesday.

Constitution Check: Is “affirmative action” in constitutional trouble?

Posted 9 months, 25 days ago.

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Lyle Denniston looks at the specific judicial obstacle course that a college’s use of race must now run before gaining constitutional validity.

The long wait is over: The Supreme Court decides Fisher

Posted 9 months, 25 days ago.

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In this commentary, David H. Gans from the Constitutional Accountability Center. who filed an amicus brief in the Fisher case, believes the Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action is a “big deal.”

Town Hall: McConnell and Rosen debate Affirmative Action

Posted 9 months, 25 days ago.

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Michael McConnell from the Constitutional Law Center at Stanford Law School and the National Constitution Center’s Jeffrey Rosen debate the implications of Monday’s Supreme Court decision about the Fisher affirmative action case.

Town Hall: Chemerinsky and Clegg on Affirmative Action

Posted 9 months, 26 days ago.

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The case of Fisher v. University of Texas was one of the most prominent and controversial issues in front of the Supreme Court this term. Now that the decision is in, you can get a brief analysis of its impact from two leading experts.