by Caroline Cox
In Slate, Ian Millhiser considers how King v. Burwell shows that “the Supreme Court’s present members may be willing to repeat the sins of the past, arbitrarily ignoring both the text of the law and their own previous decisions in the service of a political agenda.”
Theda Skocpol writes in The Atlantic that GOP presidential hopefuls should worry if the Supreme Court rules against the government in King v. Burwell.
Jennifer L. Clark writes at the blog for the Brennan Center that Georgia is considering whether to cut early voting opportunities.
At Salon, Sarah Gray discusses a recent segment on John Oliver’s “Last Week Tonight,” in which the host took a look at the problems of judicial elections.
Nina Totenberg of NPR provides an overview of the oral argument for a Supreme Court case on visas for foreign spouses.