Special Feature: Same-Sex Marriage
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|06.26.15||Chris Green||Symposium: “Oh, well, we know better.”|
|06.26.15||David Upham||Symposium: A tremendous defeat for “We the People” and our posterity|
|06.26.15||Lyle Denniston||Opinion analysis: Marriage now open to same-sex couples|
|04.28.15||Lyle Denniston||Argument analysis: Justice Kennedy, hesitant but leaning|
|04.28.15||Amy Howe||No clear answers on same-sex marriage: In Plain English|
|04.27.15||Amy Howe||Same-sex marriage, in Plain English — Part II|
|04.27.15||Amy Howe||Same-sex marriage, in Plain English — Part I|
|04.26.15||Lyle Denniston||Same-sex marriage: The decisive questions|
|04.18.15||Lyle Denniston||Preview on same-sex marriage — Part IV, Supporting the state bans|
|04.16.15||Michael Klarman||Commentary: The Supreme Court and marriage for same-sex couples — Part II|
On Monday the court issued additional orders from the January 19 conference. It did not grant certiorari in any new cases. The justices will meet next for their February 17 conference. The calendar for the February sitting, which will begin on Tuesday, February 21, is available on the court's website.
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On December 1, Justice Stephen Breyer spoke with U.S. Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith at an evening salon hosted by the Institute for Education.
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