by Caroline Cox
Chris Weller writes at Business Insider about comments by Georgetown University law professor Paul Butler explaining how pride for the Confederate flag is “to be proud of a legacy of terrorism and violence.”
At Slate, Leon Neyfakh considers whether bail, which allows the wealthy to walk free while the poor wait in jail, is unconstitutional.
Marci Hamilton discusses at Hamilton and Griffin on Rights how the decision in Obergefell will affect government and religious institutions.
At NPR, Nina Totenberg provides an overview in the Supreme Court’s opinions from the last day of the term.
Moshe Marvit argues at Talking Points Memo that a new Supreme Court case – Friedrichs v. California Teachers’ Association – is a major threat to public sector unions.