by Caroline Cox
Jerry Markon reports for The Washington Post that the White House has stopped work on its immigration program in response to numerous legal setbacks this year.
At Salon, Heather Digby Parton writes about the plot against the Affordable Care Act and the dire circumstances that would arise should the Court rule against the healthcare law.
Sarah Kliff of Vox takes a critical look at the GOP's five plans to fix the Affordable Care Act should the Supreme Court strikes down the law.
At Slate, Michael J. Socolow explains how television stations are the major winners of the Citizens United ruling.
Kenneth Jost considers at Jost on Justice Texas's challenge to the "one-person, one-vote" rule that the Supreme Court granted cert to late last month.