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Judges do not treat all constitutional rights the same. U.S. judges typically apply “two-tiered” judicial review when reviewing the constitutionality of legislation. Judges apply some form of heightened scrutiny when reviewing legislation that trenches on fundamental rights, like free speech, or when reviewing legislation directed,...

This morning the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in Artis v. District of Columbia, a civil-procedure case that involves the effect of a tolling provision in the federal supplemental-jurisdiction statute on litigants who want to pursue state-court claims after related federal claims have been...

The petitions of the day are: Berninger v. Federal Communications Commission 17-498 Issues: (1) Whether the Federal Communications Commission’s assumption of gatekeeper power over new methods of communication, “in the most important place [] for the exchange of views. . . the ‘vast democratic forums of the Internet,’”...