by Caroline Cox
At Slate, Dahlia Lithwick hosts a podcast exploring the oral arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges and interviews Douglas Hallward-Driemeier, one of the three lawyers who argued for marriage equality.
Jeff Clements writes at The Hill about the liberal law professors who oppose a 28th Amendment to the Constitution that would overturn Citizens United.
At The American Prospect, Lincoln Caplan profiles Justice Elena Kagan, arguing that her work has expanded the role of a Supreme Court justice.
In The Washington Post, Robert Barnes discusses how Chief Justice John Roberts is the Supreme Court's "most scrutinized player" as the public waits for the Court rule on several high profile cases.
Brad Lander and Karl Kumodzi consider at The Nation how funding problems in cities are exacerbating racial and economic inequality.