by Caroline Cox
Irin Carmon of MSNBC reports on a ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit that the Hobby Lobby decision does not mean religiously affiliated organizations can choose not to fill out a form to opt out of birth control coverage.
Mark Berman of The Washington Post writes that the Nebraska legislature has passed a bill to abolish the death penalty in the state.
At Salon, Katie McDonough also explores the Seventh Circuit’s ruling and warns that “this isn’t the final word on the case, and the religious objectors will live to fight another day.”
Jennifer L. Clark writes at the blog for the Brennan Center for Justice that Texas legislators are again trying to make it more difficult for citizens to vote.
At Bloomberg View, Noah Feldman takes a look at the Supreme Court’s decision in Comptroller v. Wynne, calling it “one of the strangest 5-4 lineups” in recent memory.
Scott Lemieux considers at the Lawyers, Guns & Money blog the potential aftermath of the King v. Burwell ruling.
Dahlia Lithwick of Slate writes about the many new dramatizations of Supreme Court justices.