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Marin Independent Journal
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 27July 24). He suggests that the Second Amendment be repealed. An alternative is
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for July 27
Marin Independent Journal / Posted yesterday
July 24). He suggests that the Second Amendment be repealed. An alternative is advocated by former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens in his book, “Six Amendments — How and Why We Should Change the Constitution.” He writes: “As a result of... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Duncan: Summitt deserves but won’t receive Congressional Gold Medal — yethighest civilian honor. At that ceremony, Summitt sat between rock star Bob Dy
Duncan: Summitt deserves but won’t receive Congressional Gold Medal — yet
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
highest civilian honor. At that ceremony, Summitt sat between rock star Bob Dylan and retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, also medal recipients, while Obama marveled about her career and hailed her as a role model for girls... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Congress not ready to give Pat Summitt medal yethighest civilian honor. At that ceremony, Summitt sat between rock star Bob Dy
Congress not ready to give Pat Summitt medal yet
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted 3 days ago
highest civilian honor. At that ceremony, Summitt sat between rock star Bob Dylan and retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, also medal recipients, while Obama marveled about her career and hailed her as a role model for young... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Here's how unprecedented Ginsburg's anti-Trump comments werecriticism; some said Obama's decision to question the court's decision so publi
Here's how unprecedented Ginsburg's anti-Trump comments were
OregonLive.com / Posted 14 days ago
criticism; some said Obama's decision to question the court's decision so publicly and directly was out of line as well. John Paul Stevens July 1987: Supporting Robert Bork's nomination The last Supreme Court nominee to be rejected by a vote of... Read more
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The Hill
Stop bullying small businessesare now over 10,000 sales tax jurisdictions in the United States at the state a
Stop bullying small businesses
The Hill / Posted 22 days ago
are now over 10,000 sales tax jurisdictions in the United States at the state and local government levels. As Justice John Paul Stevens noted in his majority opinion in Quill, because of the multiplicity of tax jurisdictions “the many... Read more
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Newsmax
Justice Clarence Thomas Hailed as No. 1 Originalist in SCOTUS Historythe torch as the Court's leading conservative has clearly passed to Thomas. "I
Justice Clarence Thomas Hailed as No. 1 Originalist in SCOTUS History
Newsmax / Posted 27 days ago
the torch as the Court's leading conservative has clearly passed to Thomas. "I think the case for that is pretty strong," John Yoo, the former deputy U.S. attorney general under President George W. Bush, and now a professor of law at the... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Attention turns to court in Illinois remap ballot questionare former federal prosecutor Lori Lightfoot and Michele Odorizzi, who clerked
Attention turns to court in Illinois remap ballot question
Northwest Herald / Posted 27 days ago
are former federal prosecutor Lori Lightfoot and Michele Odorizzi, who clerked for retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens. On the other side is Michael Kasper, who has represented top Illinois Democrats, including Michael... Read more
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Reuters
The Supreme Court is moving left. Here’s why.railed against for years: the gradual liberalization of justices as they age. I
The Supreme Court is moving left. Here’s why.
Reuters / Posted 29 days ago
railed against for years: the gradual liberalization of justices as they age. In recent years, Justices Harry Blackmun, John Paul Stevens and David Souter, all Republican appointees, moved consistently left with advancing age. The Supreme... Read more
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CBS News
The Supreme Court decisions: Inside the court for abortion rulingjust went into effect Saturday, is back up front, in the first chair for his of
The Supreme Court decisions: Inside the court for abortion ruling
CBS News / Posted 30 days ago
just went into effect Saturday, is back up front, in the first chair for his office. In the VIP section is retired Justice John Paul Stevens, wearing his signature bowtie, Justice Breyer's wife Joanna and Chief Justice Roberts' wife, Jane. Lead... Read more
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SCOTUSblog
A “view” from the Courtroom: A final bite at the appleCourt’s nicer traditions. The Chief Justice will recognize them at the end of t
A “view” from the Courtroom: A final bite at the apple
SCOTUSblog / Posted 30 days ago
Court’s nicer traditions. The Chief Justice will recognize them at the end of the morning. At 9:55 a.m., retired Justice John Paul Stevens gently bounds into the courtroom. He has his cane, but doesn’t seem to need it this morning. He takes a... Read more
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Slate
Abortion Was Saved With a Dry, Wonky Opinion From a Man. Which Is Kind of Perfect.beaming. This morning she is looking pretty inscrutable. But maybe she’s merely
Abortion Was Saved With a Dry, Wonky Opinion From a Man. Which Is Kind of Perfect.
Slate / Posted 30 days ago
beaming. This morning she is looking pretty inscrutable. But maybe she’s merely figured out about the game. Former Justice John Paul Stevens slips into a chair at the front of the room to observe the proceedings, just as the session is about to... Read more
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Fortune
Hobbled Supreme Court Is a Sign of Historic Change To ComeLewis Powell, Jr. (Nixon) and Sandra Day O’Connor (Reagan) proved to be pragmat
Hobbled Supreme Court Is a Sign of Historic Change To Come
Fortune / Posted 30 days ago
Lewis Powell, Jr. (Nixon) and Sandra Day O’Connor (Reagan) proved to be pragmatic, compromise-driven moderates; and Ford’s John Paul Stevens metamorphosed into a full-fledged liberal lion. So it wasn’t until January 2006, when the second President... Read more
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examiner.com
George Will throws Trump under the busRepublicans think clearly enough about what they really want in judges. Republi
George Will throws Trump under the bus
examiner.com / Posted a month ago
Republicans think clearly enough about what they really want in judges. Republicans have given us Earl Warren, Brennan, John Paul Stevens, Burger, who was kind of mediocre, Blackmun. Having a Republican president is not an answer in... Read more
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Newsmax
George Will: I'm Leaving GOP Because of TrumpRepublicans think clearly enough about what they really want in judges. Republi
George Will: I'm Leaving GOP Because of Trump
Newsmax / Posted 1 months ago
Republicans think clearly enough about what they really want in judges. Republicans have given us Earl Warren, Brennan, John Paul Stevens, Burger, who was kind of mediocre, Blackmun. Having a Republican president is not an answer in itself,” he... Read more
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Slate
Texas’ Unending Legal Campaign Against the U.S. Is Our Very Own Version of Brexitwere written with the presumption of self-execution. Yet six justices went for
Texas’ Unending Legal Campaign Against the U.S. Is Our Very Own Version of Brexit
Slate / Posted 1 months ago
were written with the presumption of self-execution. Yet six justices went for Texas’ theory—the conservatives plus Justice John Paul Stevens, for some unknowable reason. In the process, they may have undermined the authority of hundreds of other... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Book Review: "I'm not a lawyer, but"Jr., Potter Stewart, Byron R. White, Thurgood Marshall, Harry A. Blackmun, Lewi
Book Review: "I'm not a lawyer, but"
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 1 months ago
Jr., Potter Stewart, Byron R. White, Thurgood Marshall, Harry A. Blackmun, Lewis F. Powell Jr., William H. Rehnquist and John Paul Stevens Jr. The one woman was Sandra Day O’Connor. So there’s hope for understanding the law by us... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Splits happen, but rarely on the supreme courtmajor case over Obama’s contraception mandate. Not everyone is happy with thes
Splits happen, but rarely on the supreme court
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 1 months ago
major case over Obama’s contraception mandate. Not everyone is happy with these accommodations, though. Retired Justice John Paul Stevens called a recent narrow 5-3 ruling a “monstrosity” and said it would have been preferable to divide... Read more
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Roll Call
Washington Pauses to Remember ScaliaVerrilli and Attorney General Loretta Lynch, as well as former Attorney General
Washington Pauses to Remember Scalia
Roll Call / Posted 1 months ago
Verrilli and Attorney General Loretta Lynch, as well as former Attorney General Michael Mukasey, former Associate Justice John Paul Stevens, former Solicitor General Ted Olson and former White House counsel C. Boyden Gray. Thomas reads from... Read more

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