by Caroline Cox
ACS Board Member Linda Greenhouse writes in The New York Times about the challenge to the strict voter ID law in Wisconsin that the Supreme Court may hear this term.
At The New Republic, David Dayen reports that a bank is finally on trial for its contributions to the financial crisis.
Russell Berman looks at the new Oregon voter registration system in The Atlantic and considers whether voter registrations should be automatic.
In The Wall Street Journal, Jess Bravin previews the upcoming arguments for the Supreme Court case that considers the controversy over free speech and Texas’s specialty license plates.
At the blog for the Brennan Center for Justice, Rachel Levinson-Waldman examines the White House’s new memo on drones and privacy.
Dana Milbank of The Washington Post calls the GOP’s delays on the Loretta Lynch confirmation “political malpractice.”