by Caroline Cox
Robert Barnes reports for The Washington Post on the oral arguments for King v. Burwell and observes that the Court seemed to split along ideological lines in questioning during the case.
Linda Greenhouse argues in The New York Times that the very nature of the Supreme Court will change if it chooses to overturn the Affordable Care Act.
At NPR, Mara Liasson explains why both Republicans and Democrats should be concerned about the outcome of King v. Burwell.
Mark Joseph Stern writes at Slate on the recent Justice Department report that finds Ferguson police have a history of bias towards African Americans and disregard for constitutional rights.
At Democracy Now, Juan González and Amy Goodman discuss how Ferguson illustrates the importance of undoing the criminal justice system of “racial control” with Michelle Alexander, author The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness.