by Caroline Cox
At Salon, Elias Isquith interviews retired Judge James Nelson about how the Supreme Court's campaign finance decisions are hurting American democracy. Judge Nelson cites the ACS reports "Skewed Justice" and "Justice at Risk" during the discussion.
Amanda McGowan reports for Boston Public Radio that retired Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Margaret Marshall predicts that the Supreme Court will rule 6-3 in favor of same-sex marriage.
Alan Morrison considers the ruling in Williams-Yulee v. Florida Bar at Concurring Opinions, calling it a "ruling with no real-world impact."
In The Washington Post, Sari Horwitz reports that the Department of Justice is launching an investigation of the Baltimore police.
Richard Wolf USA Today discusses how Chief Justice John Roberts has shown an independent streak in some of his recent opinions.
In The New York Times, Alan Feurer writes about Cody Wilson, a man who posted 3D-printing instructions for a gun online and is now suing the State Department for violating his right to free speech.
Walter Shapiro argues at the blog for the Brennan Center for Justice that politics will always be expensive, but does not have to marry corruption with its price tag.