by Caroline Cox
Greg Sargent reports in The Washington Post that it looks more likely that the GOP will not have a contingency plan in place should the Supreme Court rule against the Affordable Care Act.
At Salon, Simon Maloy explains how a Supreme Court ruling against the Affordable Care Act would prove difficult for GOP governors and create chaos in the healthcare system.
Mark Joseph Stern discusses in Slate the Supreme Court’s “logical, humane decision” that ruled against the deportation of a permanent resident for a minor drug offense.
At MSNBC, Irin Carmon writes that the North Carolina legislature has passed a 72-hour abortion waiting period.
At the blog for the Brennan Center for Justice, Eric Petry considers a bipartisan bill that would provide a stopgap should the Supreme Court strike down redistricting commissions.