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The 2018 election should be more than a chance to send a message. It should be an opportunity to demand a focus on real change. Which is why the Brennan Center has produced Solutions 2018, a series of three reports setting out democracy and justice reforms that are intended to help break the grip of destructive polarization.
House Democrats released over 3,000 Facebook and Instagram ads purchased by the Kremlin-linked Internet Research Agency. Here's what we learned.
We're launching a conversation about money in politics and the influences it creates in policy and political power.
Trump administration policies regarding opioids virtually guarantee that people will enter prisons — while doing nothing to confront violent crime.
Tough it largely flew under the radar, the SCOTUS decision in Jesner v. Arab Bank is a large step backwards in the fight for human rights.
President Trump's use of the word “animal” to refer to human beings is part of a long American history of dehumanizing suspects of color.
The Brennan Center and a coalition of more than 100 civil rights organizations urge Congress to reject the FIRST STEP Act, and instead take up comprehensive sentencing reform.
Tomorrow, May 22, Arkansas will vote in a nonpartisan election to decide whether Justice Courtney Goodson will keep her seat on the state’s Supreme Court.
Bowing to the president’s most extreme allies, the White House has put forward the First Step Act, which leaves out sentencing reform entirely.