by Caroline Cox
Derek Willis reports in The New York Times on the new ACS-sponsored study that shows that increased spending in judicial elections after Citizens United is leading to a system of skewed justice.
At Buzzfeed, Chris Geidner reports on the efforts of progressives to find a replacement for Attorney General Eric Holder. ACS President Caroline Fredrickson provides her insight in the article.
NPR’s Nina Totenberg sat down with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Israeli Supreme Court President Dorit Beinisch at 92nd Street Y to discuss the role of the Supreme Court in a democracy.
In The Nation, Ari Berman looks at the Supreme Court’s decision on the Texas voter ID law.
Leslie Griffin discusses in Hamilton and Griffin on Rights the major problems with the Texas voter ID law and how it places a burden on minority voters in the state.
Richard Re considers at Re’s Judicata how Justices should time their retirements and to what degree they should consider expected replacements when deciding.