by Caroline Cox
Nina Totenberg of NPR reports on the recent Supreme Court ruling that private Medicaid providers cannot sue states for higher reimbursement rates to keep pace with rising medical costs.
Monica Davey and Richard Pérez-Peña report for The New York Times that Indiana Republicans will revise the state’s controversial religious freedom law to prohibit discrimination.
In the Huffington Post, Brianne Gorod writes that the battle in lower courts over same-sex marriage shows how important it is for the Supreme Court to recognize marriage equality.
Following the ruling in Young v. UPS, George Gao and Gretchen Livingston of the Pew Research Center explain that working while pregnant is even more common than when the Pregnancy Discrimination Act was first made into law.
At Slate, Mark Joseph Stern writes that the Supreme Court is considering whether to allow Louisiana to execute a man who claims to be intellectually disabled.
Michael Li reports at the blog for the Brennan Center for Justice that the courts are likely to review Virginia’s congressional map.