“Dawn Patrol: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s critically important 5 a.m. wake-up call on voting rights”

I have written this new piece for Slate.  It begins: On the surface, Supreme Court justices seem to have it pretty easy: They decide only around 70 cases per year with a written opinion, meaning each of the nine justices … Continue reading

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“Voter ID Facts and Motivation: Easterbrook v. Posner”

Bauer finds the difference between Judges Easterbrook and Posner (and the difference between Crawford and the instant Wisconsin struggle) to be their consideration of legislative motive. Maybe.  But I think there’s (perhaps also) a difference between the quality of the factual … Continue reading

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