by Caroline Cox
Walter Shapiro writes for the Brennan Center blog on how allowing candidates to buy more cheap television time could dull the influence of Super PACs.
The Washington Post’s Ruth Marcus considers what the departure of Attorney General Eric Holder says about the next nominee.
The Supreme Court has lost significant interest in education cases, reports Mark Walsh for Education Week.
Trevor Boeckmann of Alliance for Justice argues that Ohio is on the cutting edge of voter suppression.
Jeffrey Toobin explains why Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was right on Hobby Lobby in The New Yorker.
Thomas B. Edsall considers in The New York Times whether liberals are fundraising hypocrites and considers the case of the American Constitution Society and the Democracy Alliance.