In the next month or so, the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to issue its decision (or multiple decisions) in the Ricci v. DeStefano matter (for background, see my prior posts here).
In the meantime, other bloggers and writers have been adding their views to fill out the spectrum.
On the Talking Points Memo site, one thoughtful post suggests that the lower courts got it right in finding that there was no discrimination.
On the Connecticut Employee Rights blog, Rick Hayber hopes the Supreme Court "gets it right":
I do not believe that New Haven refused to promote Mr. Ricci because he is white. I believe that it simply concluded that the test must have been biased. If true, this is simply not discrimination. Lets hope the Supreme Court gets it right!
The Connecticut Law Tribune also has this recap of the case so far.
Lastly, the SCOTUSblog has this thorough recap of oral argument.
Stay tuned. This one promises to be interesting.