"A tricky mix: The Supreme Court is divided in a gay wedding cake case; The justices seem inclined to side with a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for two men."
5 Dec 2017, 6:44 pm
"Labour brawl: A new threat to public-sector unions is headed to the Supreme Court; Can a union charge non-members for negotiating on their behalf?"
17 Aug 2017, 6:24 pm
"Use it or lose it: Should voters who don't vote stay on voter rolls? An Ohio voter-purge case with national implications comes before the Supreme Court."
4 Jan 2018, 10:06 am
" Steven Mazie of The Economist has this report. [read post]
28 Jan 2015, 5:20 am
And yesterday at the "Democracy in America" blog of The Economist, Steven Mazie had a post titled "Capital punishment: Caught in the middle. [read post]
“The centre holds: An end-of-term report for SCOTUS; The 2019-20 Supreme Court term defied simple ideological division.”
16 Jul 2020, 7:56 am
” Steven Mazie has this article (subscription or registration may be required for full access) in the July 18, 2020 issue of The Economist. [read post]
"Bad hombres, good hombres: The Supreme Court protects a Mexican immigrant from deportation; But another court upholds the deportation of a long-time resident -- and denounces the administration's immigration policies."
31 May 2017, 1:20 pm
" Steven Mazie has this post today at the "Democracy in America" blog of The Economist. [read post]
“Habitat forming: The Supreme Court hears a case pitting frogs against loggers; The judgement will be another indication of the court’s view on judicial deference to federal agencies.”
16 Aug 2018, 11:33 pm
"The Supreme Court will consider a mobile phone privacy case: Does the constitution permit police to track your phone signal without a warrant?"
9 Jun 2017, 2:48 pm
"Blocked again: Another appeals court rejects Donald Trump's travel ban; The Ninth Circuit's 3-0 ruling on the travel ban could give the Supreme Court an opportunity to skip it altogether."
13 Jun 2017, 8:45 am
“Holding court: The Supreme Court wraps up its term, inching to the right; Justice Kavanaugh was a bit more moderate than court-watchers expected.”
4 Jul 2019, 11:53 am
” Steven Mazie has this article in the July 6, 2019 issue of The Economist. [read post]
4 Jun 2015, 6:30 pm
And at the "Democracy in America" blog of The Economist, Steven Mazie has a post titled "Religion in the workplace: Bias unveiled. [read post]
"Free speech at the Supreme Court: The justices dive into new abortion controversy; Can a state require pro-life pregnancy centres to alert women of government-funded abortions?"
16 Nov 2017, 10:37 am
“A year on the bench: High profile cases may pull Neil Gorsuch in different directions; Disputes over public unions and gay rights could put the newest justice’s judicial philosophy at odds with his conservatism.”
10 Apr 2018, 4:42 pm
"Monstrous gerrymanders: The Supreme Court takes on two redistricting cases from Texas; The justices will hear four cases this term that could shape political maps."
15 Jan 2018, 6:28 pm
“Burdensome and wrong: Will the justices strike down California’s abortion notification law? Even some liberal justices seem to think the rules violate the First Amendment.”
21 Mar 2018, 2:15 pm
“The Supreme Court Justices Do Not Seem to Be Getting Along; Collegiality is scarce, and tensions are apparent”
17 Jan 2023, 6:04 am
“The Supreme Court Justices Do Not Seem to Be Getting Along; Collegiality is scarce, and tensions are apparent”: Steven Mazie has this article online at The Atlantic. [read post]
30 May 2014, 5:14 am
In a post at The Economist’s Democracy in America blog, Steven Mazie discusses the Court’s decision in Hall v. [read post]
12 Oct 2015, 10:30 am
Steven Mazie, Supreme Court correspondent for the Economist, has this article in the WaPo, noting, "when the justices disagree, they rarely split neatly along ideological lines. [read post]
8 Jan 2016, 4:19 am
In The Economist, Steven Mazie continues his two-part series on the case with a look at the arguments by the union and California; other commentary comes from Robert Alt, who continues his series on the case, and Mark Pulliam at National Review’s Bench Memos. [read post]