by Caroline Cox
At Election Law Blog, Rick Hansen argues that the Supreme Court’s refusal to hear the Wisconsin voter ID case this term is a blessing in disguise.
Lisa Garcia writes in the Los Angeles Times that the Supreme Court should uphold the EPA’s ability to regulate the coal industry and protect public health.
Conor Lynch argues at Salon that the Supreme Court has gone too far with corporate personhood and religious exemptions.
In The Wall Street Journal, Jess Bravin provides an overview of the oral arguments for the Supreme Court case about whether Texas must allow specialty license plates that feature a Confederate flag.
Conor Friedersdorf profiles in The Atlantic a prosecutor responsible for sending an innocent man to death row who now disavows the death penalty.
The Editorial Board of The Wall Street Journal writes that the GOP’s desire to fight President Obama is a significant source of delays on the confirmation of Loretta Lynch.
In Politico, Josh Gerstein reports that while Republicans are stalling on the attorney general nomination, Sally Yates, the nominee for deputy attorney general, has gained bipartisan support.