A new push to end FCC's ownership ban: Jenna Greene spotlights the long-running fight to end the Federal Communications Commission's media ownership ban, which stops companies from owning a newspaper and television station or radio station in the same market.
Game Changer: The pro football players' union is already on capital hill lobbying in anticipation of the Supreme Court's decision in American Needle v. National Football League. "The players' union argues the Court's decision could enable the NFL to end or severely restrict free agency and eliminate the union's ability to challenge the league on antitrust grounds, a tactic that has yielded labor gains for players in the past," writes Carrie Levine.
Pushback Over Border Busts: Marcia Coyle has a story on one judge's fight against a federal enforcement program that has flooded courts with illegal immigration cases.
Don't ask, don't tell, don't push it: Amanda Bronstad takes a look at the Obama administration's attempts to defend "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" in court, even as it presses Congress to repeal the law.