by Caroline Cox
In The Wall Street Journal, Rob Barry and Coulter Jones report that hundreds of police killings are uncounted in national statistics.
Burgess Everett reports in Politico on a last attempt by Senate Democrats to create meaningful campaign finance reform.
In The Economist’s Democracy in America blog, Steven Mazie provides an overview of Elonis and ponders the precedent that decision on the case could set.
Nina Totenberg of NPR examines Young v. UPS and considers how the Supreme Court will rule in this new pregnancy discrimination case.
Scott Dolan of the Portland Press Herald reports on a court order for a school district to pay a $75,000 award in the conclusion of “a precedent-setting case over denied access to a student bathroom” brought by a transgender student.