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  • High Court strikes a blow against congressional gerrymandering

    In case you missed it -- and most Americans did -- there was a third significant ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court at the end of June. It received the least media attention, but it may eventually affect more citizens directly than the decisions upholding Obamacare and greenlighting same-sex marriage.
  • Health care ruling upholds subsidies for 126,000 in Arizona

    More than 126,000 Arizona residents will get to keep tax subsidies to help pay their health insurance premiums following a Thursday U.S. Supreme Court decision that allows Republican Gov. Doug Ducey to avoid a politically difficult decision on how to help...

    Secret meetings, threats, lawsuits — a Florida meltdown

    Secret meetings, threats, lawsuits — a Florida meltdown
    Tallahassee melted down last week. I know it's hard to tell in a town that suffers from daily dysfunction. But last week, absurdity went on steroids when Republicans realized that all their screaming about how they don't want no stinkin' federal money...

    Luis Alberto Urrea on new poetry, short story collections

    Luis Alberto Urrea on new poetry, short story collections
    The Chicago-area writer Luis Alberto Urrea is a literary jack-of-all-trades, publishing novels, short stories, nonfiction and poetry with success in all these modes. His nonfiction book about Mexican immigrants in Arizona, "The Devil's Highway" (2004),...

    How do 'religious freedom' acts encourage discrimination?

    How do 'religious freedom' acts encourage discrimination?
    "I could have handled that better." I don't know if the captain of the Titanic ever said that. But Mike Pence did on Tuesday. The Indiana governor has managed to step on an impressive number of parts of his own anatomy recently and in the process...