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Published: May 20, 2024 13:10

For this week’s regular issue of “One First,” I wrote about last week’s CFPB and Louisiana redistricting rulings—and some of the difficulties that can arise from efforts to categorize #SCOTUS based on individual decisions (and a shifting baseline): …

Published: May 13, 2024 13:54

Today’s “One First” takes a deep dive into the pending emergency applications respecting Louisiana’s congressional redistricting—and, among other things, how they provide #SCOTUS an opportunity to be consistent in how/when it intervenes in election cases: …

Published: May 9, 2024 12:34

Today’s bonus issue of “One First” looks at the “Good Neighbor” ozone pollution cases—emergency applications that have now been pending at #SCOTUS for 209 days—and what the timing says about how the justices are handling their “emergency” docket: …

Published: May 6, 2024 12:35

For today’s “One First,” a look at the 42(ish) decisions that we expect from #SCOTUS over the next eight weeks—and some of the real costs of the justices compressing so many major decisions into a window that’s so short (and only getting shorter): …

Published: May 1, 2024 17:22

Hey y'all! The paperback edition of "The Shadow Docket" drops on May 21—and includes a brand-new preface on how events of the past year underscore the need to look at #SCOTUS more holistically. @BasicBooks is offering 20% off with the code "VLADECK24": …

Published: April 29, 2024 11:54

At last week’s Trump immunity argument, Justice Gorsuch defended the focus on hypotheticals because the Court is “writing a rule for the ages.” Today’s “One First” explains why that’s the exact problem with how #SCOTUS appears to be approaching this case:…

Published: April 25, 2024 12:52

In today’s bonus issue of “One First” (for paid subscribers), I have some … thoughts … about yesterday’s #SCOTUS argument in the Idaho/EMTALA emergency abortion case—and why you should not just *read* about it, but *listen* to it: …

Published: April 24, 2024 12:58

With #SCOTUS set to hear oral argument later today on the relationship between EMTALA and state abortion bans, here’s my “One First” post from January summarizing the issue—and the potential implications of this dispute for *all* emergency medical care: …

Published: April 22, 2024 12:17

Justice Gorsuch is right that nationwide relief has become too pervasive. But his concurrence in the Idaho transgender medical care case never considers why it might *sometimes* be appropriate—or the cases when he voted in favor of it. New via “One…

Published: April 18, 2024 12:26

In today’s “One First” bonus issue (for paid subscribers), me on what’s right—and what’s wrong—with Justice Kavanaugh’s defense of #SCOTUS’s approach to emergency applications in his opinion re: Idaho’s ban on gender-affirming care for transgender minors: …

Published: April 15, 2024 20:54

#BREAKING: Over public dissents from Justices Sotomayor, Kagan, and Jackson, #SCOTUS puts Idaho’s ban on gender-affirming medical care for transgender adolescents back *into* effect while a district court injunction blocking that law is appealed: …