by Caroline Cox
Lyle Denniston of SCOTUSblog argues that the ban on same-sex marriage in Arizona is likely to fall soon.
In The New York Times, Jeremy W. Peters writes about how the partisan balance of the federal courts has shifted in little more than a decade.
Jeff John Roberts of Gigaom questions what tech firm control over newsrooms means for public interest battles.
Emily Bazelon writes in Slate that the accompanied minor crisis at the border is forcing legal experts to consider how the U.S. should determine grants of asylum.
In The Washington Post, Dana Milbank argues that the future grand jury trial in Ferguson is likely to be a farce given the prosecutor’s attitude toward the case.