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The Brennan Center spoke to several Texans who were prevented from voting because of the state's strict photo ID requirement. Here are their stories.
It's far easier to identify the systemic problems than it is to fix them.
Hillary Clinton could become the first non-incumbent president in more than a century to win the Democratic nomination without a fight.
The 20th anniversary of the Oklahoma City Bombing presents an opportunity for reflection on its impact on our modern criminal justice system.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights conflicting judicial selection bills in North Carolina, judicial confirmation legislation in Tennessee, and more.
A new Brennan Center series profiling stories of voters who struggled with Texas's photo ID requirement, an interactive analysis tracking redistricting measures, how New York failed to close a big money loophole, and more.
“It shouldn’t be whether you have an ID, it should be whether you’re a citizen.” Read the final part of our series talking to voters who struggled with Texas’s new photo ID requirement.
On April 3, Robert Bauer analyzed a forthcoming article, The Coordination Fallacy, which the Brennan Center’s Benjamin Brickner highlighted in March.
Those who benefit from political power owe it to the nation, and to the furtherance of our democracy, to recognize and address the larger issue of inequality.