by Caroline Cox
Geoffrey R. Stone writes in the Huffington Post about campus sexual assault and argues for a more thoughtful approach from universities “to keep their students safe and to ensure that they can live and learn in an environment free from sexual violence.”
At The Week, Andrew Cohen considers the lessons of Georgia’s recent decision to execute a developmentally disabled man.
In The Atlantic, Kent Greenfield asserts that corporations should shoulder greater responsibilities if they are to be considered people under the law.
Cristian Farias argues in The New Republic that Justice Scalia could be the decisive vote on the Affordable Care Act.
In Slate, Jamelle Bouie contends that public apathy has led to significant criminal justice reform, but larger support is needed to tackle the biggest problems.