May 12, 2015
LegalEyes for May 12, 2015
Affordable Care Act, Criminal Justice, Death Penalty, LegalEyes, Mass Incarceration, National Security Agency, Same-sex marriage, surveillance
by Caroline Cox
Geoffrey R. Stone considers in The Huffington Post what the Supreme Court will look like in 2025.
In The New Yorker, Jeffrey Toobin looks at an experiment in Milwaukee aimed at reducing racial disparities in the criminal justice system.
At Bloomberg View, Noah Feldman explores the recent decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit that one of the NSA’s surveillance programs is unlawful.
Robert J. Smith and Charles J. Ogletree Jr. discuss at The Washington Post the latest death penalty challenge before the Supreme Court.
Kenneth Jost writes at Jost on Justice that “religious liberty has become the last refuge of those who oppose marriage for gay and lesbian couples.”
Audie Cornish and Linda Blumberg examine at NPR how a Supreme Court ruling against the Affordable Care Act would hurt low and middle income workers the most.