Weekly Roundup - April 18, 2014

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The Court decided not to hear another case against the NSA's phone record collection, leaving key legal issues unresolved

A conversation with Supreme Court sketch artist Art Lien

In all of Supreme Court history, only one case that shaped American history has stemmed from chickens. Join author Amity Shlaes at Chicago-Kent College of Law on April 22 as she discusses the famous "sick chicken" New Deal case

With the New Mexico photography case turned away from the Supreme Court, ISCTOUS director Christopher Schmidt considers the Court's history with these kinds of "right to discriminate" claims

Man who disrupted Supreme Court gets time served

Justice Stevens proposes five extra words for the Second Amendment

Another case was decided the same day as last week's McCutcheon, but received much less publicity. Learn about the ruling on frequent flyer programs from the high court

Is SCOTUS now no longer all that interested in criminal justice issues?

The Court will not decide on whether death row inmates have a right to know what lethal drugs they will receive

The campaign finance decision in McCutcheon did not captivate Americans like the many other news stories headlining that week

Next step for marriage equality, by Marcia Coyle

One big campaign finance decision is enough? Last week the Supreme Court declined to review a lower court ruling on corporate contributions to political candidates

Same-sex marriage battle escalates to force Supreme Court decision on constitutionality

One argument for allowing cameras in the Supreme Court

Indian top court recognizes transgenders in landmark ruling

With all the recent sports rankings in mind, Professor Cass Sunstein argues his view of the top ranking Supreme Court justices of all time

Comedian and Wait Wait Don't Tell Me panelist P.J. O'Rourke discusses his experience "writing" a funny Supreme Court brief

SCOTUSblog was denied a press pass. Tom Goldstein explains the full story

How does the entertainment industry feel about the upcoming case on Aereo? Variety reports