by Caroline Cox
The Editorial Board of The New York Times argues against the “last-minute political mischief” that is delaying the confirmation of Loretta Lynch.
At The Hill, Ralph S. Tyler predicts that the federal government will win in King v. Burwell.
Conor Friedersdorf writes in The Atlantic that some conservatives are beginning to recognize the importance and implications of the Justice Department’s report on Ferguson.
At The New Republic, Cristian Farias discusses Justice Stephen Breyer’s recent remarks on “government institutions, constitutional structures, and the administrative state” as well as his reluctance to comment on the national Ferguson debate.
Steven Benen reports for MSNBC that the Affordable Care Act has cut the national uninsured rate by more than a third.