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Today the Supreme Court decided Jennings v. Rodriguez, a class-action challenge to provisions of the immigration laws allowing for immigrant detention. After hearing oral argument in the case last term, the court asked for further briefing on the constitutionality of the detention of immigrants. At...

Less than three weeks ago, the Supreme Court declined to get involved in a partisan-gerrymandering challenge to Pennsylvania’s federal congressional maps. Today that state’s Republican lawmakers returned to the Supreme Court, asking the justices to block what they characterized as the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s “intentional...

Today’s decision in Merit Management Group v. FTI Consulting brought few surprises to observers familiar with the argument. As I explained in my post about the argument, the justices in November showed broad skepticism about the idea that a Bankruptcy Code provision protecting “securities payments”...