by Caroline Cox
Rebecca Leber writes at the New Republic that the Supreme Court could allow the EPA to save thousands of lives in Michigan v. EPA.
At Slate, Dahlia Lithwick argues that the Supreme Court should never have granted cert. for the EPA case in the first place.
In Bloomberg View, Noah Feldman discusses the complicated free speech question of the Supreme Court case that considers whether Texas can exclude a specialty license plate featuring the Confederate battle flag.
Leslie Gielow Jacobs also takes a look at Walker v. Texas Sons of Confederate Veterans at Hamilton and Griffin on Rights and considers what to expect from the case.
A new study from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has found that forced arbitration may harm consumers.