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Is Alito Writing Harris v. Quinn?

Published June 26th, 2014 -

Today on SCOTUSblog, Amy Howe predicted that Justice Alito will author Harris v. Quinn.  As Howe put it: [O]ur predictions are based on the idea that the Justices try to even out the workload not just over the course of the Term, but also from month to month. ... More »

Quick Update: Still No Decision on Harris v. Quinn

Published June 23rd, 2014 -

Like last Thursday, the Supreme Court still has not announced a decision in Harris v. Quinn.  This means the decision is likely to come on Wednesday or Thursday.  Stay tuned! We’ve covered Harris v. Quinn extensively, including here, here, here, here, and here... More »

No Decision Yet on Harris v. Quinn

Published June 19th, 2014 -

SCOTUS didn’t issue a decision today in Harris v. Quinn.  The Court could issue it as early as next Monday, or later in June.  We’ve covered Harris v. Quinn extensively: see here, here, here, here, and here.  SCOTUSblog’s summary of the case&... More »

Reuters on Harris v. Quinn Argument

Published January 21st, 2014 -

Amanda Becker at Reuters has a careful and good review of today’s argument in Harris v. Quinn.  She concludes: The U.S. Supreme Court seemed unlikely on Tuesday to embrace a sweeping argument advanced by a group of Illinois state employees that paying mandator... More »

Harris v. Quinn: The Context of First Amendment Claims

Published January 20th, 2014 -

In its First Amendment jurisprudence, the Supreme Court has long taken the view that the nature of the relationship between government and citizens varies across contexts.  And the Court has repeatedly held that as the nature of this relationship varies so doe... More »

Is Abood in Trouble?

Published January 19th, 2014 -

That question is the title of Lyle Denniston’s preview of Harris v. Quinn at SCOTUSblog.  After reviewing the history of the case, Denniston explains how it “has mushroomed, since the Court granted it, into a major test of the continuing validity of the Abood ... More »