by Jim Thompson
Tierney Sneed at Talking Points Memo reports that the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund (LDF) has requested to meet with Alabama officials to express concerns that DMV closures in majority-minority counties will make it harder for African Americans to obtain government-issued voter IDs necessary to vote under state law.
In a press release, the Constitutional Accountability Center condemns Republican Senate leaders “complicit in the virtual shutdown of the judicial confirmation process.”
In The Washington Post¸ Aaron C. Davis writes about legislation presented before the D.C. Council that would make the District the most generous place for paid family leave in the U.S.
Melvin I. Urofsky at The New Republic discusses the potential for the next prophetic dissent to be delivered during the coming Supreme Court term.