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The morning read for Monday, April 3

Each weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. Here’s the Monday morning read: How Long Without Outdoor Exercise Is Too Long for a Prisoner in Solitary? (Adam Liptak, The New Yor

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Jackson dissents in denial of Louisiana man’s death-row evidence plea

Over a dissent from the court’s three liberal justices, the Supreme Court turned down a request from a Louisiana man on death-row to weigh in on when someone else’s confession is the kind of evidence that the Constitution requires prosecutors to turn over

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AI Is At The Intersection Of Safety And Equity In Healthcare

Hidden biases, reduced privacy, and over-reliance on non-transparent, decision-making black boxes can cut against democratic values, potentially putting our civil rights at risk. This means that the effective and equitable use of AI will be based on solvi

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Even Best Friends Sometimes Disagree

No other justice pairs track as closely together as Justices Kavanaugh and Roberts.... The post Even Best Friends Sometimes Disagree appeared first on Above the Law.

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