Weekly Roundup - February 26, 2014

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The Chief Justice's hate mail — fifty years ago, Earl Warren mused about his inbox during oral argument. Our director explains

Protesters aren't allowed anywhere in or near the Supreme Court. But should they be?

Justice Scalia: We need more civics education!

Why are there no cameras in the Supreme Court? Jeffrey Toobin claims the answer is two words: Jon Stewart

Petite-sized justice warns of petite-sized 4th Amendment - Adam Liptak writes on Tuesday's Supreme Court decisions

Supreme Court allows Stanford Ponzi scheme lawsuits

Deja vu on the EPA? Echoes of a previous EPA appearance in the Supreme Court at today's oral arguments

Court denies gun rights cases

Justices appear divided over Obama climate change regulation

A new ad campaign calls for cameras in the Supreme Court

Aereo forced to shut down in Utah and Colorado

Are you in the running for FantasySCOTUS? Find out where the league originated with Professor Josh Blackman

With the recent victories for same-sex marriage in Virginia, Utah, and Oklahoma, another Supreme Court ruling might not be far off

Opinions available from three cases decided Tuesday: Walden v. Fiore, Fernandez v. California, and Kaley v. United States

Constitution Daily explains the busy week the Supreme Court is having

SCOTUSblog points out some petitions to keep an eye on in last Friday's Supreme Court conference