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  • At The Economist’s Espresso blog, Steven Mazie reports that “[t]his week the Supreme Court decides [in June Medical Services v. Gee] whether a Louisiana abortion law will go into effect,” and that “[h]ow the justices handle this case will give a clue as to whether Roe v Wade, the ruling in 1973 that recognised abortion rights, has continued vitality.”
  • At the Pacific Legal Foundation blog, Anthony Francois weighs in on Kisor v. Wilkie, in which the justices will reconsider precedent that requires courts to defer to a federal agency’s reasonable interpretation of its own ambiguous regulations, arguing that “under Auer deference [our] tripartite and limited constitutional republic collapses into a company town, with no accountable lawmaker and no independent judges.”

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Recommended Citation: Edith Roberts, Monday round-up, SCOTUSblog (Feb. 4, 2019, 7:16 AM),