by Caroline Cox
In The Atlantic, David A. Graham considers whether Marilyn Mosby, the Baltimore City state's attorney, can win the case against the six officers accused of killing Freddie Gray.
At Salon, Jenny Kutner writes that the Texas Senate recently approved a bill that would provide abortion coverage only for "medical emergencies" and does not include any exceptions for rape or incest.
Jess Bravin reports in The Wall Street Journal that three senators along with retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens are urging President Obama to release more Guantanamo prisoners.
At The Washingotn Blade, Chris Johnson considers what will happen if the Supreme Court rules against marriage equality and quotes Sarah Warbelow, legal director for the Human Rights Campaign, from the ACS panel discussion on the same-sex marriage cases.
The Editorial Board of The Nation argue that "accountability and justice should mean an end to both abusive policing and the secret drone program, which only create more terror."
At the New Republic, Spencer Woodman discusses how attempts to register minority voters in Georgia resulted in criminal investigations and threats of jail time.