by Caroline Cox
At Talking Points Memo, Sahil Kaupr profiles ACS Board of Directors member Paul M. Smith, who “set the stage for nationwide marriage equality.”
Samantha Michaels reviews ACS President Caroline Fredrickson’s new book, Under the Bus: How Working Women Are Being Run Over at Mother Jones.
In Rolling Stone, Janet Reitman discusses a new GOP anti-abortion strategy that seeks to criminalize the use of drugs and alcohol among pregnant women.
Noah Feldman explains at Bloomberg View how a recent Supreme Court decision may provide another hint as to the future of the Affordable Care Act.
At Hamilton and Griffin on Rights, Leslie Shoebotham provides an overview on the recent Supreme Court ruling that searches by a drug-sniffing dog after a traffic stop cannot be conducted without reasonable suspicion.
Elias Isquith of Salon revisits the importance of Proposition 8 to the larger fight against LGBT discrimination.