by Caroline Cox
At the Text & History Blog, Brianne Gorod argues that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit should rehear the Halbig case en banc.
Connor Fridersdorf writes in The Atlantic that when criminal investigations begin in Ferguson, authorities must carefully consider how to treat the actions of law enforcement officers.
Vox’s Amanda Taub questions whether a grand jury hearing on the shooting of Michael Brown is a delaying tactic.
Julia Preston of The New York Times reports on immigrant rights movement leaders seeking to delay the deportations of millions.
In The Washington Post, Katrina vanden Heuvel argues that a fairer system for choosing House members is necessary in light of frequent gerrymandering.
Lauren C. Williams of Think Progress asserts that placing body cameras on police will not significantly improve the problem of police abuse.