by Caroline Cox
Cameron Miculka and Francel Blas report for USA Today that the Guam Attorney General is directing the public health department to begin to issue same-sex marriage licenses immediately.
In Salon, Jason Williamson takes a look at how the police commonly and unfairly detain African Americans for trespassing.
An appeals court has affirmed a dismissal of U.S. Senator Ron Johnson's lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act, reports Patrick Marley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Steven Mazie writes in The Economist's Democracy in America blog considers the challengers' arguments in the same-sex marriage cases set to appear before the Supreme Court.
David A. Strauss, member of the ACS Board of Directors, considers in The Washington Post what the fight for "religious freedom" means for the broader fight for equality in the United States.
At Hamilton and Griffin on Rights, Leslie Griffin considers how the real problem is "the efforts of religious corproations, organizations and individuals to block progress on LGBT and women's equality."
Lawrence Norden and Daniel I. Weiner consider at the blog for the Brennan Center for Justice the best way to turn the tide of dark money.