NPR Legal Affairs Correspondent
what do corporations and barbara streisand have in common? Listen to @MorningEdition n.pr/1nNKeGt
#fourthcircuit becomes second appeals court to strike down state ban on same-sex marriage. stay tuned. more from me later.
The first corporation may have been the Catholic Church. The history of corps and law on @MorningEdition: n.pr/1nNKeGt
#SCOTUS says corps are people with first amendment rights. Where does that come from? It's not a totally new concept. n.pr/1nNKeGt
#SCOTUS, the Death Clerk, and behind-the-scenes from the Court avail as of 7 pm at npr.org/2014/07/24/334…
RT @nprpolitics: Why are more executions being botched? @NinaTotenberg says there's an inherent tension behind it. Hear it on @npratc pic.twitter.com/suXorPgGek
if the state fails to execute once, can it try again? tune in at 7 pm n.pr/1nEX9dX
two opposing court decisions today. this is me reading supreme court tea leaves: n.pr/1yYxOxV
listen to @npratc or go to our site at 7 pm eastern for more on today's warring circuit court decisions on obamacare n.pr/1o7olAS
IF upheld #dccircuit ruling would knock legs from under #obamacare. but there's a long way to go yet. more on @npratc . . .
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