by Caroline Cox
Paul Krugman of The New York Times criticizes the new Supreme Court challenge to the Affordable Care Act and argues that the challenge is based on an “obvious typo.”
In The Wall Street Journal, Jess Bravin discusses Justice Stephen Breyer’s comments at on his faith the Jewish Federations of North America convention.
Jeffrey Rosen argues in The New Republic that this term may decide the legacy of Chief Justice John Roberts.
In Slate, Richard L. Hasen previews the upcoming oral argument for the Alabama redistricting cases in which the Supreme Court will consider whether gerrymandering in the state was an attempt to disenfranchise black voters.