by Caroline Cox
In the Los Angeles Times, Michael Hiltzik asserts that the continued unraveling of the case against the Affordable Care Act in King v. Burwell reveals that the case is merely “an ideological attack…masquerading as a rule-of-law case.”
Glenn Kessler of The Washington Post examines whether GOP lawmakers have changed their opinions on the subsidies in the Affordable Care Act.
Cristian Farias argues at The New Republic that the recent federal judge’s temporary injunction that blocked President Barack Obama’s immigration action was a political move.
In The New York Times, ACS Board of Directors Member Linda Greenhouse considers with the Supreme Court will hear another case on affirmative action.
At the blog for the Brennan Center for Justice, Michael Li writes that two cases before the Supreme Court this term may allow politicians greater freedom to gerrymander.
Irin Carmon reports for MSNBC that Mississippi has requested that the Supreme court rule on a law that would close the state’s last abortion clinic.