by Caroline Cox
In The New York Times, The Editorial Board argues against current jurisprudence that could allow Texas to excute a mentally ill man.
Kathleen Sharp of Salon argues that post-Citizens United, the United States needs donor ID laws.
In The Nation, Mychal Denzel Smith writes that protester suppression is happening in Ferguson even without a militarized police force.
The blog for the Brennan Center for Justice features stories from the 2014 midterm elections that look at how voters were unfairly impacted by new voting restrictions.
Joseph Tafani writes in the Los Angeles Times that judicial elections are getting even more political with the growth of campaign spending and references the ACS "Skewed Justice" report.
In The Washington Post, Robert Barnes previews the upcoming oral argument for Elonis v. United States, a free speech case that considers how to treat threats on social media.