by Caroline Cox
At The Atlantic, Garrett Epps, a member of the ACS Board of Advisors, examines the two questions that the Court has asked the parties to brief on the same-sex marriage issue and concludes that that there is not a way to split them. He also references the recent guest post from Steve Sanders on ACSblog.
Nina Totenberg of NPR reports on Williams-Yulee v. Florida Bar, which considers whether judicial candidates can solicit campaign money.
Brianne Gorod continues the Constitutional Accountability Center’s series on Chief Justice John Roberts with a look at the how the Chief Justice has changed access to the Courts.
At The Nation, Ari Berman argues that the best way to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy is to protect voting rights.