by Caroline Cox
Staven Rattner discusses in The New York Times how the Affordable Care Act is working for tens of millions in the United States.
At Talking Points Memo, Steve Peoples writes that governors throughout the country have no plan if the Supreme Court rules against the Affordable Care Act subsidies.
Nicholas Stephanopoulos argues in the Los Angeles Times that the Supreme Court’s decision on an upcoming Arizona redistricting case could present trouble for other sensible redistricting reform efforts throughout the country.
Richard Gonzales reports for NPR that immigration courts are now “bogged down in delays” and have no immediate solutions to the crisis.
At The Root, Charles D. Ellison explains how Republicans could sabotage Loretta Lynch’s confirmation as the first African-American Attorney General.