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Despite some shenanigans, the tide appears to be turning on voting rights, with increasing public bipartisan support for making our elections more free, fair, and accessible.
Since 2007, the Roberts Court has used five key cases to dismantle campaign finance law. McCutcheon v. FEC, expected soon, could be next.
Despite popular perception, many groups support the IRS's new proposal to regulate political spending by social welfare organizations.
The sad story of Hinton v. Alabama is familiar to anyone who follows the arc of capital cases in the Deep South.
Leading political and businesswomen in New York State voice need for ethics reform and public campaign financing.
Today the Senate Judiciary Committee again demonstrated its commitment to improving our criminal justice system.
A roundup with the latest news highlighting the corrosive nature of money in New York State politics — and the need for public financing and robust campaign finance reform.
There’s a move afoot to return selection of U.S. Senators to state legislatures. Those who support such a shift seem to have forgotten that the nation is both a republic and a democracy.
To move the criminal justice system forward, should we be employing the same tactics used at the height of the crime wave in the '80s? Or focus efforts—and dollars—on modern data-driven approaches and away from incarceration?