by Caroline Cox
Today is Equal Pay Day, and Catherine Rampell explains in The Washington Post why the fight for equal pay still matters in the United States.
In The New York Times, Adam Liptak discusses no major law firms have elected to come out in favor of the case against same-sex marriage.
David H. Gans considers the originalist case for same-sex marriage at the Text & History Blog of the Constitutional Accountability Center and argues that the Fourteenth Amendment was written "as a broad guarantee of equality for all."
At Salon, Heather Digby Parton writes about another less-discussed facet of the Walter Scott tragedy: the overzealous use of Tasers in North Charleston.
Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig argues in The New Republic that recent comments from Rand Paul on abortion illustrate why both sides need to carefully consider the implications of abortion penalties.