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- The California Supreme Court appears likely to overturn a man’s death sentence 25 years after prosecutors withheld evidence that could have saved him from a sentence of death.
- Meanwhile, Rhode Island turned over an inmate to federal officials after resisting doing so because he could face the death sentence in federal court.
- Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli tries to make it easier for people to arm themselves while driving.
- Justice Thomas is no longer mad at Yale.
- Rob Weiner discusses how the roots of much of the case against the Affordable Care Act can be found in discredited Supreme Court decisions striking down child labor laws and other essential regulations.
- And, finally, Mitt Romney’s website informs us that “Mitt will work to expand and enhance access and opportunities for Americans to hunt, shoot, and protect their families.”