by Ellery Weil
Andrew Prokop at Vox reports on the House of Representatives’ plan to sue President Obama, and what that means in a larger historical context.
Politico’s Josh Gerstein reports on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s interview with Katie Couric, where the 81-year-old justice revealed she does not intend to step down in the near future.
At The Volokh Conspiracy, Dale Carpenter looks at the possible role that animus could play in potential same-sex marriage litigation before the Supreme Court.
In a piece for Salon, Katie McDonough writes about strong new pushback on recent efforts to curtail reproductive rights, including a new measure introduced by Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick to work around the recent ban on abortion clinic buffer zones.
Writing for The Atlantic, Connor Friedersdorf discusses the legality and ethics of the NSA suppressing former head Keith Alexander’s financial disclosures as he transitions into the private sector.