• For The Wall Street Journal, Jess Bravin reports that a “federal judge in Maryland said Wednesday that President Trump’s public remarks about immigrants and personal insistence on placing a citizenship question on the census could help determine whether the government intended to discriminate against Hispanics by adding the query.”
  • At The George Washington Law Review’s On the Docket blog, Robin Maher writes that although “[t]he decision [in Flowers v. Mississippi, in which the court held that a prosecutor’s repeated use of peremptory challenges to remove black people from the jury pool violated the Constitution], is very welcome, … Supreme Court decisions will not end racial jury discrimination.”
  • At Take Care, Joshua Matz “address[es] three of the most common arguments against protecting transgender people under Title VII” in the latest of a series of posts about a case next term that presents the question.

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