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"Super Tuesday?" -- Bloggers hope for Ashcroft v. Raich decision

A couple of Law.com bloggers have a vested interest in Tuesday's anticipated Supreme Court decisions, which may include Ashcroft v. Raich. The Volokh Conspiracy's Randy Barnett, who argued Raich's side before the Court, writes that he recently discussed the case with fact-checkers from The New York Times as they prepared Jeffrey Rosen's magazine story on the Constitution in exile. (Barnett praises the fact checkers but describes Rosen's story as "highly distorted.")

Mike Cernovich, who writes a blog devoted solely to Ashcroft v. Raich, awaits a few other decisions as well:

"On Tuesday the Supreme Court will issue one or more opinions.  I'm watching three: Ashcroft v. Raich, Pasquantino v. United States (does the federal wire fraud statute criminalize evading Canadian taxes) and Small v. United States (does the felon-in-possession statute prevent someone convicted in a foreign court from possessing a firearm in the United States).  Tuesday could be very interesting." 

Posted by Product Team on April 18, 2005 at 01:34 PM | Permalink | TrackBack (0)

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