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Video Interview: Sixth Circuit in National Media Spotlight Following Last Thursday’s Same-Sex Marriage Ruling; Our Bloggers Offer Their Own Insights And Analysis

The Sixth Circuit has been in the national media spotlight following last Thursday’s high-profile decision upholding same-sex marriage bans in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Tennessee.  See Opinion (6th Cir. Case Nos. 14-1341; 3057; 3464; 5291; 5297; 5818).  We covered the Sixth Circuit’s decision here only hours after it was decided.  The Court’s decision is the first … Continue Reading

Sixth Circuit Appellate Blog Lands on International Radio and on LexBlog TV Yesterday to Discuss This Week’s Major Developments In The Challenges to the Health Care Statute

In my breaking news post the other day, I reported on how the government filed its cert petition asking the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse the Eleventh Circuit’s high profile ruling striking down the mandate requiring individuals to purchase health insurance under the recently enacted Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Public Law 111-148.  Hours … Continue Reading