Afternoon round-up: Trump v. Hawaii
on Jun 26, 2018 at 6:31 pm
This morning the court issued a 5-4 opinion in Trump v. Hawaii, which rejected a challenge to President Donald Trump’s September 2017 proclamation restricting entry into the United States by nationals of eight countries. Amy Howe covered the ruling for this blog; her coverage first appeared at Howe on the Court. Early coverage comes from Adam Liptak and Michael D. Shear of The New York Times; Josh Gerstein and Ted Hesson of Politico; Lydia Wheeler of The Hill; Robert Barnes and Ann E. Marimow of The Washington Post; and Greg Stohr of Bloomberg. Other coverage at Bloomberg comes from Kimberly Robinson, who reports on Justice Thomas’ concurrence. Additional coverage comes from David Savage of the Los Angeles Times; Bill Mears of Fox News; and Nina Totenberg and Domenico Montanaro of NPR. Also at NPR, Scott Horsely reports on Korematsu v. United States being overruled. Still more coverage comes from Chris Geidner of Buzzfeed; Steven Mazie at The Economist’s Democracy in America blog; Lawrence Hurley of Reuters; Ariane de Vogue and Veronica Stracqualursi of CNN; and Pete Williams of NBC News. Another piece for NBC comes from Adam Edelman, who writes about the response from Democrats and civil rights groups. An infographic about the decision comes from Mariam Morshedi of Subscript Law.
Early commentary comes from Garrett Epps for The Atlantic; Leah Litman for the New York Times; Lisa Soronen for CitiesSpeak; Ilya Shapiro for the Cato Institute; Ezra Klein at Vox; Mark Walsh for Education Week; Ian Milhiser of Think Progress, as well as Aaron Rupar; Ruthann Robson for Constitutional Law Prof Blog; Colin Kalmbacher of Law & Crime; Scott Lemieux for The Week; Andrew Cohen of the Brennan Center for Justice; Matt Ford for The New Republic; First Amendment Blog; Colin Kalmbacher at Law & Crime; Amy Peck, Michael Niefach and Collin O’Connor Udell for The National Law Review; Mark Joseph Stern for Slate; and Dahlia Lithwick and Stern, also for Slate.