by Caroline Cox
In The Atlantic, Peter Beinart explains how voter ID laws channel an American tradition of restricting the political decisions of those with limited economic means.
Emily Wax-Thibodeaux reports for The Washington Post on the announcement that Department of the Army engaged in discrimination against a transgender federal employee.
A major factor in protecting the vote for minority voters in Arkansas was a 1865 ruling in favor of Confederate soldiers, writes Dahlia Lithwick for Slate.
Nina Totenberg of NPR discusses Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s correction to her dissent on the Texas voter identification law.
At Crime and Consequences, Ken Scheidegger argues that the Supreme Court should follow the example of the California Supreme Court in modifying opinions.
Steven Mazie criticizes the lack of explanation from the Supreme Court on its decision to uphold the Texas voter identification law at The Economist.