by Caroline Cox
The Editorial Board of the Los Angeles Times argues that the United States must restore the protections of the Voting Rights Act.
Lara Bazelon explains in Slate how innocence is often not enough to help the wrongfully convicted get out of prison.
At The Washington Post, Lindsey Bever reports that Utah has passed a landmark LGBT rights bill.
Aman Banerji discusses at Salon the troubling lessons on the state of racial discrimination in the United States found in the Department of Justice’s Ferguson report.
Jonathan Brater writes for the blog for the Brennan Center for Justice about a new Oregon law that could change voter registration.
Steven Mazie of The Economist argues that the Chief Justice could conceivably “vote in the liberal direction in both King v. Burwell, the Obamacare case, and Obergefell v. Hodges, the same-sex marriage case.”