This summer, the Supreme Court is ruling on a number of key cases, from voting rights to affirmative action and gay marriage. The Brian Lehrer Show brings you breaking coverage and deep analysis.
Today is the last day the Supreme Court will issue opinions this summer, and two key rulings on gay marriage are expected. We provide the breaking news and analysis all morning with William Eskridge of Yale Law School, author of Dishonorable Passions: Sodomy Laws in America.
The Supreme Court has ruled in several key cases, including most notably an opinion striking down Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act as unconstitutional. Slate's Emily Bazelon provides analysis on The Brian Lehrer Show at 11:30. Plus: Radiolab's Tim Howard on the "Adoptive Couple vs. Baby Girl" ruling.
The Supreme Court is expected to hand down decisions today on one or more critical cases. Noah Feldman, Harvard law professor, Bloomberg View columnist and author of Cool War: The Future of Global Competition comments on last week's gene patent opinion and offers analysis of today's rulings.
This morning, the Supreme Court announced opinions on a few key cases, including:
We discuss the rulings and the impact with University of Chicago's Geoffrey Stone.