The Daily Brew Summer Camp: Relax with the Supreme Court

Welcome to Camp!  
The Daily Brew: Summer Camp
ADVERTISEMENT

Our Summer camp week begins today, and I hope you’re as excited about it as all of us are to bring it to you. 

The beginning of July is a perfect time to think about where we are in 2019 and what we’re likely to be talking about as we head towards a very busy 2020. I’ll be turning the Brew over to a few of our staff writers on Tuesday and Wednesday to learn what they think was the most noteworthy story of the last six months and what they’re looking forward to in the months ahead.

We’ve enjoyed hearing from you these past few weeks-what stories matter to you and how you’re spending your summer. We also know that the summer break is when lots of folks relax. 

Personally, I can’t think of a better way to relax than thinking about the Supreme Court, and the term that just ended. I mean, who doesn’t want to talk about writs of certiorari at a backyard barbecue? “I remand that request for more potato salad.” Who wants to take a vacation to the birthplaces of all nine justices?

Fortunately, today’s edition of our Bold Justice newsletter recaps the Supreme Court’s term that ended Friday. If you sign up now, you’ll receive it in your mailbox later this afternoon. You can sit back, grab a cold beverage, and relive all the cases of the last nine months. I know I can’t wait.

Welcome to Camp!

Notes from Brew readers like you

I’m looking forward to finding out:
“Which Presidential candidates say nuclear energy should be phased out? Which ones include it in their solution to global warming.”

Stories I enjoy:
“My favorite Ballotpedia stories are about Citiizen initiatives referendums!”

-Lee in NYC

Thanks, Lee! 
Want to see your own thoughts in the Daily BrewShare them with us here!


ADVERTISEMENT

 

 




About the author

Dave Beaudoin

Dave Beaudoin is a project director at Ballotpedia and can be reached at dave.beaudoin@ballotpedia.org

Bitnami