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Are Oral Arguments for United States Vs Windsor being streamed anywhere?

I've been looking, and it doesn't appear that SCOTUSBlog has one.

by The Voice of the Nightreply 403/27/2013

Bloomberg

by The Voice of the Nightreply 103/27/2013

Thanks. I'm feeling pretty positive, but I like being able to follow things as they happen.

I was hoping they'd take up the broader question in Perry, but as long as Prop 8 falls, I'm okay with that.

The way in which they could potentially strike down DOMA concern me more.

by The Voice of the Nightreply 203/27/2013

So, SCOTUSBlog's twitter is giving an 80% chance of a favorable ruling. Kennedy going with states rights, the liberals going with equal protection. I also think Roberts might go with them on this, partly because he's clearly concerned about his legacy (see: Obamacare), and partially because he doesn't want to have to hear any more cases about this.

Predictions: Kennedy writes the majority opinion on states rights, joined by Roberts and the liberals, Ginsberg writes a concurrence on Equal protection, joined by Sotomayor, Kagan, and Breyer, Scalia writes a dissenting opinion based on his frothing hatred of gay rights, joined by Alito and Thomas.

by The Voice of the Nightreply 303/27/2013

Why did the US go to court against the British Royal Family?

by The Voice of the Nightreply 403/27/2013
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