by Ian Millhiser May 23, 2016
Chalk up a victory for Democrats that will make it marginally easier for them to take back the House of Representatives.
by Ian Millhiser May 18, 2016
This decision is a victory for integration in one school district, but it is also an anomaly in a legal regime that is more concerned with local control than it is with preventing unconstitutional discrimination.
by Ian Millhiser May 16, 2016
Why would a business choose not to be bound by its own contracts?
by Ian Millhiser May 9, 2016
One of Donald Trump's worst ideas runs headlong into the Fourteenth Amendment.
by Ian Millhiser May 3, 2016
One of the most ambitious minimum wage ordinances in the country is safe -- at least for now.
by Ian Millhiser May 2, 2016
Three months ago, this term was setting up to be a bloodbath for liberals. Then Justice Scalia died.
by Ian Millhiser Apr 18, 2016
America's anti-gerrymandering law is an incoherent mess. There may now be a way to fix that -- and to fix partisan gerrymandering in the process.
by Ian Millhiser Apr 8, 2016
Here’s a pro tip: if you’re going to enact a law intended to enable discrimination, you might want to make at least some minimal effort not to emulate other laws the Supreme Court has already struck down.
by Ian Millhiser Apr 4, 2016
In case there are any doubts where Thomas' sympathies lay, he closes his opinion by likening one person/one vote to something out of the Soviet Union.
Just one day after the FDA acted to make medication abortions safer for women, Arizona's governor signed a law trying to force doctors to use the outdated method previously endorsed by the FDA.