by Caroline Cox
At Buzzfeed, Chris Geidner reports that Douglas Hallward-Driemeier and ACS Boston Lawyer Chapter Board of Advisors member Mary Bonauto will argue for same-sex marriage before the Supreme Court on April 28.
Garrett Epps writes about how Indiana’s religious-freedom law is different from other religious-freedom laws around the country in The Atlantic.
At Salon, Jenny Kutner reports that Connecticut will bar state-funded travel to Indiana in protest of Indian’s religious-freedom law that many argue will allow LGBT discrimination.
Brandon Smith of NPR reports that in the wake of the controversy, the Indiana GOP has decided to revisit the controversial law.
At the blog for Public Justice, Paul Bland argues that the federal rules on class action litigation should be improved.
Leslie Griffin and Marci Hamilton discuss at Hamilton and Griffin on Rights the Supreme Court’s decision to deny cert. on a case involving a church fighting to use a public school for its services.