Morning Reading on Wednesday, November 10th
Every working day, we select a short list of news articles, comments, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court.To recommend a work for our consideration, please send an email to[email protected].
This is the reading on Wednesday morning:
- Supreme Court conservatives are skeptical of spiritual advisors on death row (Nina Totenberg, NPR)
- The Supreme Court weighs the legality of refusing to provide federal benefits to low-income Puerto Ricans (Brent Kendall and Jess Bravin, The Wall Street Journal)
- The SSI controversy has sparked a wide-ranging debate on the treatment of Puerto Rico in the Supreme Court (José Delgada, a new day)
- Rage Defense extends Texas abortion law to new territories (Lydia Wheeler, Bloomberg Law)
- The conservatives of the Supreme Court finally found a religious objection they didn’t like (Mark Joseph Stern, Slate)