Should Police Be Able To Search Your Cellphone?

d13c4308-33a2-4369-a3a7-d352625b0a29-460x276A great op-ed by Yochai Benkler on the arguments heard today by the Supreme Court regarding two cases revolving around the question of whether or not police should be able to search your cellphone without a warrant if you are arrested.

While arguing against warrant-less searches of ones smartphone, he asks the question will the Court become a technical legalistic court, or a broad constitutional-vision court able to keep up with the fast-moving technology of today and tomorrow.

Read Here.

 

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Supreme Court’s Campaign Finance Ruling

03court1-articleLargeA good graphic from the NYT that breaks down the McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission ruling that regarding campaign finance law.

See/Read Here.

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The Right to Health Care-Funded Contraception

26SCOTUS-ss-slide-2SLI-largeHorizontal375A couple of articles in the NYT that cover all of the angles regarding the arguments the Supreme Court is hearing regarding the ACA’s requirement that employer-funded insurance programs cover contraception costs for their employees.

Read a general Q&A piece here.

Read the report on today’s arguments here.

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