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New report: Outside spending is playing an unprecedentedly large role in the nine races most likely to determine which party controls the U.S. Senate.
If the GOP takes over the Senate, the Administration may get just who it wants as Intelligence Committee Chair.
Over the past four years — and for the first time since the Jim Crow era — nearly two dozen states have passed new laws making it harder to vote.
Thanks to Citizens United, Chevron is trying to stack the deck in one small California city.
The U.S. needs to adhere to chemical weapons band requirements the same way it expects of others.
Even in Washington, few have embraced the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision more vociferously than long-time campaign finance reform foe Senator Mitch McConnell.
Free Speech for People's John Bonifaz writes that the Fourteenth Amendment's Equal Protection Clause, which invokes the Constitutional promise of political equality for all, should be central to campaign finance questions.