by Caroline Cox
Cristian Farias discusses Roy Moore, the chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court who stated that he will defy a federal judge’s order to allow same-sex marriage in the state, and how the Supreme Court should intervene in The New Republic
Richard Wolf of USA Today explains how both sides of the Affordable Care Act debate have used statistics to support their case.
At Salon, Jim Newell argues that Chief Justice John Roberts will base his decision in King v. Burwell on political opposition to the Affordable Care Act.
In The Washington Post, Greg Sargent offers one way that the Supreme Court could save the Affordable Care Act.
Conor Friedersdorf considers what should be done with the recordings from police bodycams at The Atlantic.