by Caroline Cox
Robert Schapiro, member of the Board of Advisors for the ACS Georgia Lawyer Chapter, writes in The Washington Post that Justice Scalia's vision of making the Supreme Court a conservative stronghold is over.
Bill Chappell reports for NPR on the Supreme Court’s ruling this morning that same-sex couples have the legal right to marry in all 50 states.
ACS Board Member Linda Greenhouse writes at The New York Times about the ruling in King v. Burwell, arguing that the “whole exercise was unnecessary, the outcome too close for comfort” but worthy of celebration.
Garrett Epps considers at The Atlantic how the Supreme Court narrowly saved the Fair Housing Act and disparate-impact claims.
At Slate, Lisa Larson-Walker provides photos of the celebration of the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage decision outside of the Supreme Court.