by Ian Millhiser May 3, 2016
Lawyers try to defend discrimination. Could wind up making civil rights law even stronger. Sad!
by Ian Millhiser Apr 19, 2016
A federal appeals court just dropped a bomb on Southern lawmakers who think it is up to them to decide where trans people pee.
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 14, 2016
Hobby Lobby gets touched by his noodly appendage.
by Ian Millhiser Apr 12, 2016
In the throes of an emergency, it probably won't occur to many women to direct the ambulance driver to take them to a facility that does not adhere to an obscure set of medical directives authored by clergy without medical training.
by Josh Israel Mar 18, 2016
"The tough thing about these senatorial jobs is you get 'yes' or 'no' votes. Your whole job is to either say 'yes' or 'no,' and explain why.”
by Josh Israel Mar 17, 2016
"I know enough about his record to know I wouldn’t support him."
by Josh Israel Mar 16, 2016
Republican Senators Thad Cochran, Dan Coats, Susan Collins, Orrin Hatch, Jim Inhofe , John McCain, and Pat Roberts voted to confirm Garland back in 1997.
by Ian Millhiser Mar 10, 2016
It's probably about to get a whole lot harder for hundreds of thousands of Texans to exercise their right to vote.
by Ian Millhiser Mar 8, 2016
There's no delicate way to say this. Ken Cuccinelli is not a particularly good lawyer.