Today’s show takes a deep dive into the Supreme Court, with the theme of “Shame Justice Roberts,” and we recorded this… just before Justice Roberts (and, surprisingly, Neil Gorsuch) voted to affirm in the Zarda cases, recognizing that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964’s prohibition “on the basis of sex” includes sexual orientation. Andrew was (happily) wrong indeed.
We begin, however, with a discussion of the latest madness coming out of the Senate Judiciary Committee and how Andrew would fight it.
Then, it’s time for our Supreme Court roundup, which featured not only Zarda, but a look at the pending gun cases (all of which were denied) and an analysis of the South Bay Pentecostal Church v. Newsom decision permitting California to establish medical restrictions on churches and other places of public accommodation.
After all that, it’s time for the answer to #T3BE involving real property!
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Show Notes & Links
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- We last discussed the McGahn case in Episode 366.
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