What We’re Reading: a daily round-up of quick hits, clips, and opinion pieces touching on key issues of democracy, justice, liberty and national security.
The New York Times profiles Brooklyn lawyer David Yerushalmi, “The Man Behind the Anti-Shariah Movement.”
Last Friday, California’s redistricting plan moved forward on its final draft. The Commission will have two weeks to hear public comments before its final decision.
“A federal judge harshly criticized U.S. prosecutors’ treatment of a former spy agency official accused of leaking classified material,” the Washington Post reports.
Two members of the Legal Services Corporation Board call on Congress to protect civil legal aid for low-income people. The Tuscaloosa News congratulates Legal Services Alabama for their work in victim services.
Ohio’s Voter ID proposal may be dead, but is concern over voter fraud really over?