Weekly Roundup - December 4, 2013
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Rediscover the cases argued in last month's Supreme Court session
Constitution check: Does the Citizens United ruling settle the Hobby Lobby case?
Can Secret Service agents be sued for discriminating against protesters based on their views? The case goes to the Supreme Court
The child abduction case before the Supreme Court is more complex than meets the eye
How will the Supreme Court rule on the upcoming pollution cases?
According to Indiana Law professors, the Affordable Care Act contraception coverage cases have far-reaching implications
In one of several free speech cases this Term, the Supreme Court will consider on Wednesday whether the government can ban a protester for security reasons, even when there's a designated protest zone
A Supreme Court fight for the right of (frequent) fliers, via Nina Totenberg
The Justices decline to hear another Obamacare case
Justices pass on tax case from online merchants - Adam Liptak reports
Can police search the contents of your phone, or make you reveal a password? The Supreme Court may decide
Amazon's challenge to New York state sales tax is rejected by the US Supreme Court
The Supreme Court announced they will not hear Amazon's and Overstock's cases against state sales taxes, leaving the state collection laws standing
Supreme Court throws out Ford tax ruling and sends the case back to the appeals court
Court reinstates tax penalty against former Vikings owner
Solicitor General asks High Court to strike pro-fiduciary presumption of prudence
Did you know that Oyez offers an online tour of the Supreme Court building?
SCOTUSblog's Tom Goldstein and Professor Charles Fried discuss the Court's docket and the changing nature of law
Should the Supreme Court have unpaid interns?