by Caroline Cox
Zachary Roth of MSNBC reports that the Supreme Court could significantly narrow the scope of the Fair Housing Act in their ruling on a case scheduled for oral arguments today.
At The Economist, Steven Mazie discusses the ruling in Holt v. Hobbs, a religious liberty case in which the Supreme Court ruled that a Muslim inmate has a right to grow a beard.
Jeff Shesol writes in the New Yorker that the Supreme Court could strike down another campaign-finance law this term.
At Talking Points Memo, Sahil Kapur looks at the consequences of a Supreme Court decision to overturn Affordable Care Act subsidies.
Jamelle Bouie of Slate considers President Obama’s State of the Union address, calling it “an assertive vision of Democratic ideals.”