The morning read for Tuesday, April 13

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Each day of the week, we select a short list of news articles, commentaries, and other notable links about the Supreme Court. Email us at [email protected] to consider an article for us.

Here is the Tuesday morning read:

  • “Shadow dockets” are normal. The way SCOTUS uses them is the problem. (Steve Vladeck, Slate)
  • The Supreme Court’s “Shadow Docket” is looking increasingly shady (Charles Pierce, Esquire)
  • Roberts Court, First Amendment Fanaticism, and the Myth of Originalism (Eric Segall, Dorf on Law)
  • Why The Left Is Wrong To Attack Justice Breyer On Trial (Adam Carrington, The American Spectator)
  • Breyer’s retirement speech swirls as he questions the court’s image ($) (Daniel Cotter, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin)

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