The morning read for Wednesday, April 7

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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. To suggest a piece for us to consider, email [email protected]

Here is the Wednesday morning read:

  • Judge Breyer rejects “conservative” label for US Supreme Court (Greg Stohr, Bloomberg)
  • Judge Breyer Says Supreme Court Expansion Could Undermine Confidence (Robert Barnes, The Washington Post)
  • Why is the Supreme Court hesitant about abortion? (Ed Kilgore, New York Magazine)
  • SCOTUS grants Knight Foundation, Thomas has something to say (Howard Wasserman, PrawfsBlawg)
  • In Terry v. United States, SCOTUS grants SG’s request for permission to file a brief delay for the first time in four decades (Josh Blackman, The Volokh Conspiracy).

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