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- A few reporters are starting to notice that Justice Scalia’s past opinions lead to the conclusion that the Affordable Care Act is constitutional.
- New Hampshire Republicans ram a new state legislative map through a committee on a largely party-line vote, despite concerns that it violates the state constitution.
- What Justice Sotomayor’s lone dissent in an obscure Indian trust case says about her as a justice.
- A proposed Florida constitutional amendment which would allow more state funds to go to religious organizations is back on the state’s ballot.
- NPR listeners select four U.S. constitutional amendments they’d like to see ratified: “abolish the Electoral College,  limit campaign contributions from corporations,  deny corporations the rights of citizens and  prohibit members of Congress from lobbying once they leave office”
- And, finally, the Oscar for biggest waste of taxpayer dollars by a law enforcement entity goes to the Bensalem, Pennsylvania police, who arrested a woman for trying to trade sex for World Series tickets after an elaborate sting operation. The woman’s conviction on prostitution charges was just tossed out.