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  • Richard L. Hasen: From Supreme Court, a mixed blessing on campaign finance limits

    Richard L. Hasen: From Supreme Court, a mixed blessing on campaign finance limits
    The Supreme Court offered a pleasant surprise last week to those of us worried about the role of money in elections. In a 5-4 opinion written by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., the court upheld a rule limiting certain fundraising activities for judicial candidates. But don't expect Williams-Yulee v. State Bar to lead to a more widespread return to campaign-finance sanity; the ruling applies only to judicial elections, and Roberts isn't about to concede that free-flowing donations are tainting the political system.
  • Amusing, sensitive 'Immediate Family' tackles sexual orientation, race

    Judged by the lofty standards of dramatic literature, Paul Oakley Stovall's "Immediate Family" isn't all that impressive. But as dramatic entertainment, it's often touching and amusing and through its sensitive handling of topical subjects it means to...

    Bernie Sanders, abortion and racial interaction: Letters

    Bernie Sanders, abortion and racial interaction: Letters
    Is Sanders a contender? Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., will compete with Hillary Rodham Clinton and TBA for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination. Sanders is a serious politician. He is a thoughtful public servant who has studied the issues and can...

    Christine M. Flowers: SCOTUS should not usurp the voice of the people

    John Roberts cut through the semantics and the florid prose about "dignity" when he said this to one of the attorneys arguing in favor of same-sex marriage: "You're not seeking to join the institution. You're seeking to change what the institution is."...

    Dick Meyer: Justices feel weight of history in considering same-sex marriage case

    Why us? Why now? The justices of the Supreme Court asked those most poignant questions over and over during this week's arguments about same-sex marriage. They sounded humbled: Who are we to tamper with this ancient thing called marriage? For all...