Garret Epps is the Legal Affairs Editor of the Washington Monthly and a professor of law emeritus at the University of Baltimore. He is the author of American Epic: Reading the U.S. Constitution and four other books about the Constitution.
Buried in a legal debate over “independent legislatures” lay signs that the Roberts Court is all about raw power.
A peaceful march in Graham, N.C. met by police violence, and a Supreme Court ruling underscore the threats to the right to peacefully assemble.
Election-related cases are on the Supreme Court’s docket and that’s before Nov. 3.
With the Comey Barret vote, Republicans complete their hostile takeover of the Supreme Court
Because of a split decision, a Pennsylvania ruling that allowed more time for mail-in ballots narrowly survives. When Amy Coney Barrett is seated, voters will lose. Big time.