by Caroline Cox
Lyle Denniston reports for SCOTUSblog on the Supreme Court’s decision to allow North Carolina voting limits.
Nina Totenberg of NPR writes about oral arguments for Integrity Staffing Solutions v. Busk, a case that questions whether workers should be paid for time spent in mandatory security screenings.
In The New Republic, Danny Vinik also looks at Integrity Staffing Solutions and considers why the White House seems to have sided against workers in the case.
Tony Mauro explains in USA Today why the Supreme Court declined to hear any same-sex marriage cases.
In the Constitutional Law Prof Blog, Steven D. Schwinn writes about the Supreme Court’s decision to stay the preliminary injunction in the North Carolina voting rights case.