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The Supreme Court upheld an Arizona redistricting commission — and affirmed the centrality of voters to our constitutional order.
Key reforms can help reduce the drivers of racial disparities in our criminal justice system while keeping communities safe.
While many predicted super PACs would make a significant impact, few could have anticipated the speed with which they have moved to the center of our elections.
Trump may be a clown, but self-created and self-financed candidates can be dangerous.
With national momentum in favor of reform, and a major election on the horizon, now is a great time for leaders to put politics aside and stand up to protect the right to vote.
It is remarkable how close we came to a radical, game-changing decision, which could have upended election laws in 25 states. Instead, the Court affirmed the centrality of voters to our constitutional order.
Chief Justice John Roberts is notably inconsistent in the application of his “calling balls and strikes” doctrine. When it comes to the law of democracy, too often Roberts still throws curve balls.
This makes clear, once and for all, that Kansas and Arizona’s attempt to make it harder to register using our national voter registration form violates federal law.
By upholding an Arizona redistricting initiative, the Supreme Court validated the power of citizens to use the ballot box to combat dysfunction.