Updated on Sept. 15
Good morning and welcome to Supreme Court Brief. We are now nearly just four weeks away from the Sept. 29 opening conference in what seems like the longest shortest summer in years. Does a “wall between church and state” still exist? A new book argues it should, despite the Roberts court’s trend in religion cases. We speak with Erwin Chemerinsky, one of the authors. In honor of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, enjoy some recipes by justices and others in a unique cookbook celebrating that suffrage milestone. Headlines: Bush v. Gore returns in President Trump’s anti-vote-by-mail crusade, and a new McGuireWoods partner (and former clerk to Justice Gorsuch) takes us inside the virus-era Supreme Court.
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