by Caroline Cox
Matt Ford considers at The Atlantic whether a new bipartisan coalition can help end mass incarceration.
Elizabeth Warren argues in The Washington Post against the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a “massive free-trade agreement with Mexico, Canada, Japan, Singapore and seven other countries.”
In the ABA Journal, Erwin Chemerinsky writes about King v. Burwell, arguing that the “case is about life and death in determining whether millions of people will still have health insurance and access to health care.”
Brianne Gorod explains at the blog for the Constitutional Accountability Center that the government’s loss in Yates v. United States on Wednesday may signal good news for the future King v. Burwell decision.
Jamelle Bouie of Slate discusses new efforts to restrict voting in various states and why the United States needs a constitutional right-to-vote amendment.