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Amanda Hollis-Brusky

Amanda Hollis-Brusky is associate professor of Politics at Pomona College and the author of Ideas with Consequences: The Federalist Society & the Conservative Counterrevolution (Oxford University Press, 2015) and coauthor of Separate But Faithful: The Christian Right’s Radical Struggle to Transform Law and Legal Culture (Oxford University Press, 2020).

Making sense of the Supreme Court’s historic year

The TMC 2022 roundups: U.S. Supreme Court

A transition for TMC (The Monkey Cage): Moving on from The Washington Post

We’re grateful to The Post and excited about our next chapter

Can Congress resurrect Roe if it’s overturned? Well, it could try.

The Supreme Court might well strike that down, too.

Biden said he won’t make an ‘ideological’ Supreme Court pick. Republicans do exactly that.

Liberals want to counter the influence of the Federalist Society. The Democratic Party may be their biggest obstacle.

The Supreme Court might overturn Roe. It took decades of scorched-earth conservative politics to get here.

Upholding Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban could severely damage American belief in the court’s legitimacy.

Everyone focuses on the U.S. Supreme Court. But state supreme courts affect as many rights and lives.

From Florida to Texas to California, state supreme courts dramatically influence lives and elections as they rule on matters from voting rights to mask mandates

The Supreme Court just agreed to hear a Second Amendment case. That’s bad news for gun regulation advocates.

But if its decision goes too far, the Supreme Court might be handing ammunition to liberals who want to overhaul the court.

The Supreme Court closed the door on LGBTQ employment discrimination. But it opened a window.

How big will the religious exemption be? Stay tuned.

Barr blames lawyers for undermining the president’s power. Actually, they helped build it.

Federalist Society lawyers are the architects in chief of the “imperial presidency.”

Donald Trump blames liberal judges for thwarting him on sanctuary cities. He should blame conservative lawyers instead.