by Caroline Cox
In The Atlantic, Garrett Epps writes about the unique gerrymandering question in Arizona and the Constitutional questions raised in putting redistricting in the hands of the people.
Less than $5,200 can buy you influence in Congress, argues Usha Rodrigues in Slate.
The Editorial Board of The New York Times argues that the decision to allow officials to enforce a controversial voter ID law in Wisconsin will cause electoral chaos.
Hannah Levintova of Mother Jones provides details on the seven same-sex marriage cases the Supreme Court is considering whether to hear this term.
At Above the Law, Joe Patrice examines a federal lawsuit filed by a student at Penn State University, Dickinson School of Law over their investigation of the student’s alleged cheating.