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The faculty lounge reopens for a special summer session and there is plenty for professors Epstein and Yoo to talk about. First up, the gay marriage decision: Is this really what the Fourteenth Amendment means? Is Justice Kennedy’s florid decision an invitation for mischief? And how concerned should defenders of religious liberty be? Then, it’s on to Obamacare. Has Chief Justice Roberts gone over to the dark side? Why is that liberal justices never “grow” on the court? And what do the professors make of Ted Cruz’s proposal to reform the Supreme Court? Also on the docket: redistricting in Arizona and disparate impact in Texas. And finally: what underappreciated Americans do Epstein and Yoo want to see take their star turn on the Fourth of July (don’t worry — it turns into an opportunity to throw shade at 19th century presidents). All that and more in this week’s Law Talk!
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