Weekly Roundup - September 11, 2013

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Wondering what the Justices do when the Supreme Court isn't in session? ISCOTUS Director Carolyn Shapiro explains.

Learn the facts and arguments behind Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, coming up next at the Supreme Court.

Texas will be allowed to use redistricted voting maps for its next elections, following changes to the Voting Rights Act by the Supreme Court.

Justice Ginsburg speaks (again) on judicial activism and the current Supreme Court and on her Supreme Court legacy.

A Supreme Court beauty contest doesn't mean Justice Scalia in makeup. Learn what it really is from Josh Blackman.

Justice Breyer and former Massachusetts Supreme Court Chief Justice Marshall discuss individual constitutional rights.

Update on Baby Veronica: South Carolina Governor Seeks Return of Native American Girl Now.