Monday, December 2, 2013

CRL&P Daily Reads: Dec. 2, 2013

SCOTUS rejects challenge to the ACA's employer mandate as it prepares to hear challenges to ACA's contraceptive coverage mandate.

Think Progress says Texas's voter ID law could produce six-hour delays to vote.

Guardian explores how the pact between the U.S and U.K. led to modern surveillance; and, Glenn Greenwald responds to continued attacks over his release of Snowden's NSA leaks.

Constitutional Law Prof Blog previews oral argument in an upcoming First Amendment case: U.S. v. Apel.

NPR examines 'forgotten' issue of fair housing.

Albaquerque looks to reform its allegedly costly intiative process.

Next LA fire chief will have to deal with legacy of race and sex discrimination.

SCOTUS doesn't have enough to do.

Affirmative Action, Election Law, Fair Housing Act, First Amendment, Fourth Amendment, Freedom of Assembly, Freedom of Speech, Right to Vote, Voter ID, Web/Tech | Permalink


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