Morning Reads: 30 June 2014

I hope everyone had a good weekend and is enjoying the short week we have this week. Remember that early voting starts today for the Senate Primary Runoff and a few other races. Here’s what happened over the weekend.


Guns Everywhere? Not really.
Speaking of guns, oh and medicaid expansion, both bills take effect tomorrow.
Not a brain train but a brain bus service.
A New Nonprofit to encourage development in West Atlanta.
SHEP is going to happen, what’s next?


One step closer for same sex marriage.
Obama asks Congress for some help with the number of kids crossing the border.
The Hobby Lobby case will be decided today.
Iraq and Ukraine, it’s not pretty.
North Korea, still the worst ballistics engineers.

Everything Else

Why you should never listen to Ann Coulter.
Ramadan Mubarak.


  1. John Vestal says:

    In addition to the aforementioned Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. case opinion coming down in about an hour, we’ll also be getting Harris v. Quinn, the public employee union case.

    See SCOTUSblog’s page on Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. here.

    See SCOTUSblog’s page on Harris v. Quinn here.

    Each page includes links to all lower court ops, filings/motions, amicus briefs (loooooong list of these on the former, as well as a link to the audio recording of oral arguments.

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