by Caroline Cox
Steve Benen of MSNBC reports on the recent marriage equality victories in Arkansas and Mississippi.
In The Atlantic, Connor Friedersdorf argues that the case for reforming police practices is significantly bigger than Ferguson and the Michael Brown shooting.
At The Nation, Chase Madar explains why it is nearly impossible to indict a cop.
Amanda Taub of Vox asserts that the violations of police conduct are less scandalous than the police violence that is actually allowed.
Margo Schlanger explains in The New Republic how President Obama's immigration order, though not comprehensive reform, will change enforcement priorities and help an enormous number of people.