Morning Reads for Monday, June 15, 2020

On this last Monday of Spring, the Georgia General Assembly will reconvene to finish the work that was interrupted in March by COVID-19. It will be the oddest end to the oddest session, which is pretty much the only thing that makes sense for the year that just needs to go back to wherever it came from.

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chamblee54
chamblee54
21 days ago

This is the last monday morning reader before the summer solstice.

Last edited 21 days ago by chamblee54
John Vestal
John Vestal
21 days ago

OK, who had “Gorsuch writes SCOTUS opinion stating Title VII protects LGBT from employment discrimination” on their 2020 bingo card?

Ellynn
Ellynn
21 days ago
Reply to  John Vestal

Based on arguments, and him being a ‘as the law is written’ type, AKA Textualist, I had a feeling he could be playing the part of Kennedy on this one. Didn’t think he would write the opinion if he did.

John Vestal
John Vestal
21 days ago
Reply to  Ellynn

Interesting conclusion to Kavanaugh’s dissent, also. He basically says the outcome is correct but should have been accomplished by Congress, not the courts.

Ellynn
Ellynn
20 days ago
Reply to  John Vestal

I have not read the whole of either documents. That conclusion is interesting in that federal judges in general are starting to point out in written and oral arguments that congress or local/state governments should either be addressing items, or clarify the laws. On the clarity front, I’m interested in the law requesting the presidents income tax returns from the IRS for congressional oversite that has not been argued in SCOTUS yet. To simplify, the debate by the president’s team is the implication of the word shall not applying to the president. There is no exception or secondary langue to… Read more »

Last edited 20 days ago by Ellynn
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