Magazine November 2, 2020, Issue

United States Supreme Court Notification of Service

The Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters)

UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
CLERK OF THE COURT

Notification of Service
The Supreme Court of the United States

Welcome! Your name has been chosen from a random selection of registered voters in your division to serve as SUPREME COURT JUSTICE for a two-week term as indicated below.

Following the signing by President Kamala Harris of the “Put US in SCOTUS Act,” all residents of the United States are required to serve as Temporary Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States.

TERM OF SUPREME COURT JUSTICE SERVICE: March 11, 2022 to March 25, 2022

PARTICIPANT NUMBER: 1992-SCOTUS-18883

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    The Week

    The Week

    At an event in Miami, Biden asserted that if Judge Amy Coney Barrett is confirmed to the Supreme Court, “she may very well move to overrule Roe.”

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    Elections

    Vote Your Conscience

    At the 2016 Republican convention, Senator Ted Cruz spoke a controversial phrase: “vote your conscience.” I think about this phrase, this idea, fairly often. I’m not one to give advice on voting (or much else). But when asked for advice, I usually say, “Vote your conscience.” Sweet conscience! One of ... Read More
    Elections

    Vote Your Conscience

    At the 2016 Republican convention, Senator Ted Cruz spoke a controversial phrase: “vote your conscience.” I think about this phrase, this idea, fairly often. I’m not one to give advice on voting (or much else). But when asked for advice, I usually say, “Vote your conscience.” Sweet conscience! One of ... Read More
    Music

    Stevie Nicks, Like Springsteen, Preaches and Preens

    In the 1970s, Stevie Nicks and Bruce Springsteen made impressions on pop-music culture with romantic rock landmarks, Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours album and Springsteen’s Born to Run. But their new 2020 releases, Nicks’s single “Show Them the Way” and Springsteen’s Letter to You film and album, make the ... Read More
    Music

    Stevie Nicks, Like Springsteen, Preaches and Preens

    In the 1970s, Stevie Nicks and Bruce Springsteen made impressions on pop-music culture with romantic rock landmarks, Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours album and Springsteen’s Born to Run. But their new 2020 releases, Nicks’s single “Show Them the Way” and Springsteen’s Letter to You film and album, make the ... Read More
    Law & the Courts

    The Kavanaugh Court

    If Justice Barrett votes as her mentor Justice Scalia did, she will be part of an ascendant conservative majority on the Supreme Court. What kinds of decisions can we expect from this majority? Short answer: Ask Brett Kavanaugh. Contrary to how journalists frame each seat change on the Court, comparing the new ... Read More
    Law & the Courts

    The Kavanaugh Court

    If Justice Barrett votes as her mentor Justice Scalia did, she will be part of an ascendant conservative majority on the Supreme Court. What kinds of decisions can we expect from this majority? Short answer: Ask Brett Kavanaugh. Contrary to how journalists frame each seat change on the Court, comparing the new ... Read More