by Caroline Cox
Attorneys arguing for marriage equality have stalled on the decision about who will argue before the Supreme Court, reports Chris Geidner at Buzzfeed. Other coverage comes from David Savage at the Los Angeles Times.
Mark Joseph Stern argues at Slate that Jeffrey L. Fisher should be the lawyer chosen to argue for marriage equality before the Supreme Court.
Lauren-Brooke Eisen and Oliver Roeder discuss the faulty perception of crime rates in the United States at the blog for the Brennan Center for Justice.
At NPR, Domenico Montanaro considers whether automatic voter registration would increase voter turnout.
The Presbyterian Church announced that it has changed its definition of marriage to include same-sex couples, reports Rachel Zoll at Salon.