- At CNN, Dan Berman and Caroline Kelly report on a new emergency request to the Supreme Court from Montana’s secretary of state, who asked the justices on Monday “to intervene in a fight over whether the Green Party can be on the state ballot this fall.”
- The World and Everything In It podcast takes a deep, data-driven dive into Supreme Court statistics in an episode inspired by SCOTUSblog’s end-of-term Stat Pack.
- At the American Constitution Society, Russ Feingold and Keith Harper weigh in on the pending execution of Lezmond Mitchell, who is scheduled to be put to death by the federal government on Wednesday. Mitchell is the only Native American on federal death row, and Feingold and Harper argue that the government’s plan to carry out the execution is the latest example of the government’s infringement on tribal sovereignty — less than two months after the Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling in favor of tribal sovereignty in McGirt v. Oklahoma. Emergency requests from Mitchell seeking to stop the execution are pending before the justices.
- Amaury Reyes-Torres analyzes the court’s most recent abortion case, June Medical Services v. Russo. Reyes-Torres argues that Chief Justice John Roberts’ crucial concurring opinions “might have offered a road map for future cases aiming to dismantle Whole Woman’s Health, or worse, to overrule it.”
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