by Caroline Cox
Senator Elizabeth Warren writes in The Washington Post that the Supreme Court case concerning the Fair Housing Act could have severe financial repercussions.
The Editorial Board of The New York Times asserts that the Supreme Court should “demonstrate a greater appreciation of stubborn and long-term effects of racial discrimination.”
Laura Burstein argues that the Supreme Court should stop the execution of a man with a lifelong intellectual disability.
On NPR’s On Point, Tom Ashbrook discusses the legal logic of same-sex marriage. The piece features comments from Mary Bonauto at the ACS National Convention and also includes Camilla Taylor, a member of the ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Advisory Board.
The National Constitution Center released a new podcast on Williams-Yulee v. The Florida Bar, in which the Court is considering whether a state can prohibit judicial candidates from personally asking for campaign donations.