by Caroline Cox
In The New York Times, Alan Blinder reports that Georgia completed the execution of Warren Hill, a man with a lifelong intellectual disability. The Supreme Court denied a request to stay Hill’s execution earlier this week.
Richard Kreitner argues at The Nation that courts should begin to enforce Section 2 of the Fourteenth Amendment in order to save the right to vote.
Sahil Kapur discusses in Talking Points Memo how the Obama administration is using a 2012 dissent by Justice Scalia in the new Affordable Care Act case.
At Lyle Denniston Law News, Lyle Denniston writes that an Alabama state judge has vowed resistance to the “tyranny” of same-sex marriage rulings.