by Caroline Cox
Nina Totenberg of NPR previews today’s oral arguments for a Supreme Court case that considers whether a Confederate flag on a license plate is an exercise of free speech.
At Hamilton and Griffin on Rights, Leslie Shoebotham considers City and County of San Francisco v. Sheehan, in which the Supreme Court will examine what duties the Americans with Disabilities Act places on police officers.
The Editorial Board of The New York Times argues that in a case before the Supreme Court about the Clean Air Act, the Court should not limit the EPA’s authority to carry out the law’s purpose.
Chris Geidner writes at Buzzfeed about Jim Obergefell, a plaintiff in the Supreme Court challenges to state bans on same-sex marriage.
At the New Republic, Ian Millhiser claims that the Supreme Court cannot be trusted to protect voting rights.