by Caroline Cox
Time’s Nolan Feeney reports that for the first time since June 2013 a prohibition against same-sex marriage has withstood a constitution challenge.
The Editorial Board of The New York Times praises 16 states that have made it easier to vote despite the recent changes to the Voting Rights Act: “Congress needs to quit seeing voting in partisan terms and make it a fundamental right that cannot be limited by states trying to block access to the polls.”
Dahlia Lithwick argues in Slate that Justice Breyer is the “unsung feminist” of the Supreme Court.
In the Huffington Post, Philip Marcelo reports on Chief Justice Roberts’ recent comments at the American Bar Association’s annual meeting in which he advocated for lawyers to mend the growing partisan divide.
The Brennan Center for Justice provides arguments against Arkansas’s new photo ID law based on an amicus brief filed yesterday.