by Jim Thompson
In The Huffington Post, Geoffrey R. Stone discusses the issue of free speech on college campuses and argues that “universities have a deep obligation to protect and preserve the freedom of expression.”
Following Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s sole dissent in Mullenix v. Luna, Matt Ford at The Atlantic reflects on her previous efforts to defend the Fourth Amendment’s constraints on law enforcement.
In The New York Times, Jesse McKinley reports that Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) announced Tuesday that he will “unilaterally establish a $15 minimum wage for all state workers, making New York the first state to set such a high wage for its public employees.”
At Hamilton and Griffin on Rights, Angela Morrison explains why Tyson Foods, Inc. v. Bouaphakeo could have significant implications for low-wage workers.
Linda Greenhouse, a member of the ACS Board of Directors, writes in The New York Times that the Roberts court will have the opportunity to “demonstrate that it cares more about principle than politics” when it reviews the Fifth Circuit’s decision to uphold the injunction against DACA and DAPA.