by Ian Millhiser Jan 8, 2016
The only thing standing between public sector unions and financial disaster may be Justice Antonin Scalia.
by Casey Quinlan Dec 9, 2015
Scalia said students of color are being "pushed into schools that are too advanced for them" due to affirmative action policies.
by Ian Millhiser Nov 23, 2015
After a slow crawl through the lower federal courts, the fate of President Obama's long-delayed immigration programs is finally before the Supreme Court -- where Justice Scalia could play an outsized role.
by Ian Millhiser Nov 17, 2015
Scalia reportedly suggested destroying the Supreme Court's authority to save marriage discrimination.
by Emily Atkin Jun 29, 2015
The decision doesn't mean power plants will never be subject to regulations on toxic air pollutants. But the rule is effectively delayed.
by Ian Millhiser Jun 26, 2015
Justice Scalia probably won't make it easier to pollute on Monday.
by Ian Millhiser Jun 15, 2015
Though his opinion never mentions same-sex marriage or the rights of LGBT Americans directly, it is hard to imagine that Scalia did not have the battle over marriage equality on his mind when he wrote the plurality opinion in Kerry v. Din.
by Ian Millhiser Jun 5, 2015
"Humanity has been around for at least some 5,000 years or so."
by Ian Millhiser Jun 1, 2015
The case is consistent with a pattern in the Roberts Court, which has generally been skeptical of civil rights claims while also being fairly open to civil rights cases alleging religious discrimination.
by Judd Legum Nov 26, 2014
Compare Justice Scalia's description of the role of the grand jury to what the prosecutors told the Ferguson grand jury.