The morning studying for Friday June 18th

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Each day of the week we select a short list of news articles, commentaries, and other notable links on the Supreme Court. To suggest an article for us to consider, email us at roundup@scotusblog.com.

Here is the Friday morning reading:

  • Roberts, Kavanaugh and Barrett have called the Supreme Court for the time being (Joan Biskupic, CNN)
  • Conservative postponement of the Supreme Court hits with moderate judgments (Greg Stohr, Bloomberg)
  • John Roberts has just conjured up his greatest judicial magic trick (Mark Joseph Stern, Slate)
  • The last ACA challenge was so weak even Conservative judges shot it down (Ilya Somin, The Washington Post)
  • Cheers to the Supreme Court for Religious Freedom (Editorial, The Wall Street Journal)
  • Two surprises in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia – A Unanimous Result and the Enduring Quality of the Principles of Free Exercise (Ira Lupu & Robert Tuttle, American Constitution Society)
  • Can Philly and LGBTQs Still Win? (Leslie Griffin, verdict)
  • Was there a double flip in the November meeting? (Josh Blackman, The Volokh Conspiracy)
  • California versus Texas, Fulton versus City of Philadelphia, and Nestlé versus Doe infographics (Mariam Morshedi, subscript)

The Morning Read for Friday June 18 first appeared on SCOTUSblog.

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