Eric Holder wades into the marriage equality debate at the state level, saying that attorneys general aren’t required to defend laws they consider to be discriminatory. And more!
Morning Reads: Corporate Spooks Online; Religious Right Wants Special Citizenship
February 25, 2014

Via Moyers & Company:

Good morning! Here are some of the stories we’re reading as we get up to speed for the day…

Militia –> Three Georgia men were charged with plotting an attack against the US government, reports Ryan Reilly for HuffPo.

Not just trolling –> Glenn Greenwald reveals the secrets of covert online manipulation by corporate spooks for The Intercept.

Civil rights –> Eric Holder wades into the marriage equality debate at the state level, saying that attorneys general aren’t required to defend laws they consider to be discriminatory. Matt Apuzzo reports for the NYT.

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