One of the changes coming to ELB is that ELB contributors are going to be part of a regular blogging rotation as the primary blogger on the site. Each contributor may sign up for one to two weeks of regular… Continue reading
The Supreme Court, in a 6-3 decision, has severely weakened Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act as a tool to fight against laws that make it harder to register and vote. Rather than focus on disparate impact—whether a law… Continue reading
Maybe some space for bipartisan work here.
We were planning on switching over to the new Election Law Blog theme on the night of June 30/morning of July 1, but with the big election law-related opinions coming July 1, we are doing the transition today. So the… Continue reading
Sue Halpern in The New Yorker.
Really looking forward to this virtual event. Registration required.
Shane Goldmacher deep dive for NYT.
That’s the way I would frame the big-picture perspective on this case. The major precedents on when state demands for disclosure of a group’s donors violate the First Amendment’s protections for freedom of association (outside the campaign-finance context) come from… Continue reading
At the start of the Biden administration, the Supreme Court in two divided decisions this week expanded the President’s power over the executive branch. The decisions largely divided along lines that Court pundits label conservative and liberal. On the side… Continue reading