Posts Tagged ‘Federalism’

Larry Tribe predicts mixed results in Supreme Court, criticizes Obama and California

May 14, 2013

  The Harvard Law School website has an interview with Professor Larry Tribe with his predictions about what the Supreme Court is most likely to do in the two pending gay marriage cases: [M]y hunch – and it is only that – is that the Court will narrowly conclude that the DOMA [Defense of Marriage […]

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The perils of federalism

April 6, 2013

Linda Greenhouse, America’s premier legal journalist, has posted this spot-on analysis of why a ruling that DoMA is unconstitutional based on federalism concerns would be a Trojan horse that could haunt progressives for years to come: Beware of conservatives bearing gifts. Ever since last week’s frustrating Supreme Court argument in the Defense of Marriage Act […]

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