by Caroline Cox
Linda Tirado writes in Slate about how minor expenses can keep poor people from getting out of poverty.
At Jost on Justice, Kenneth Jost urges the Supreme Court to “articulate a careful standard that can protect ‘true’ political speech…without giving free rein to those who would use the First Amendment as a license for threats to violence” in the Elonis case.
In the Los Angeles Times, David Savage previews an upcoming Supreme Court case that will decide whether states that issue specialty license plates must include potentially controversial ones.
Mark Bookman explores in The Atlantic whether an innocent man has the right to be exonerated and how the criminal justice system treats the wrongfully convicted.