by Caroline Cox
Gillian Laub at Salon takes a look at cotemporary racial segregation in the United States.
At The Hill, Timothy Jost reports that Congressional Republicans are not prepared with any legislation should the Supreme Court rule against the Affordable Care Act.
Lauren Sandler discusses at The New Republic how paid family leave is becoming a political reality as “voters have made it clear that our leaders must reconcile the competing responsibilities of work and family.”
At Slate, Mark Joseph Stern explores how the Supreme Court’s ruling in San Francisco v. Sheehan avoided a question that could have justified greater police violence against the mentally ill.
Daniel Fischer of Forbes explains the Supreme Court’s decision in Wynne v. Comptroller that held that a Maryland income-tax policy was unconstitutional.