In my last post, I considered the possibility that Justice Samuel Alito's leaked Dobbs v. Jackson draft might signal a threat to other judicial precedents when future cases arrive at the Court. Focusing on Obergefell v. Hodges's protection of same-sex marriage, I answered the first three of five related questions: 1. What was Obergefell v.… Continue reading From Roe to Obergefell, Part II: Protecting Marriage Equality
Last week's emergency post on the Dobbs v. Jackson leaked draft gave PPFA is highest weekly readership of the year, so I'm here to give the people more of what they want. As I noted in that post, both the ruling itself and the fact that there was a leak are each really big deals… Continue reading First Roe, Next Obergefell?
(Note to readers: today was supposed to be Part II of my Six Months Out preview of the midterms. In it, I was going to tell you who was going win the Senate. I even had the podcast episode ready to drop at the same time. But apparently some leaker, working in cahoots with Politico,… Continue reading Nine Takeaways on the Dobbs v. Jackson Leak