by Caroline Cox
Linda Greenhouse considers in The New York Times what will happen after the Supreme Court announces its decision in Obergefell v. Hodges.
At Buzzfeed, Chris McDaniel reports that the Oklahoma Attorney General misled the Supreme Court about a letter on the availability of drugs for lethal injection.
Edward Blum argues in the Los Angeles Times that the Supreme Court should grant review in a case that examines how Texas created its state Senate districts” and could “reestablish electoral fairness in dozens of voting districts.”
Martin Kaste of NPR explains that police are reforming common practices and tactics in light of growing social pressure and new technologies.
Gina Barton discusses in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel how the Tony Robison investigation illustrates the changes to investigations of police accountability.
At SCOTUSblog, Kali Borkoski writes about Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer presiding over a mock trial of Don Quixote at the Shakespeare Theatre.