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Super PACs make it easier to mount a third party bid for president.
Wednesday’s decision was a victory for advocates who have argued the Voting Rights Act may not be used as a pretext for undermining the voting power of minority communities.
The FISA Court is no longer serving its constitutional function of providing a check on the executive branch’s ability to obtain Americans’ private communications.
A recent cybersecurity bill working its way through Congress is the latest surveillance program that does little to keep Americans safe.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights the school funding battle in Kansas, a budget shortfall in Nevada, and more.
The Brennan Center, along with other criminal justice reform advocates, sent a letter to Senators in support of the Smarter Sentencing Act.
Today, the United Nations Human Rights Council took a big step toward improving international privacy rights by establishing the new position of Special Rapporteur on the right to privacy.
The Supreme Court sent Alabama's racial gerrymandering case back to the lower court and a recent Brennan Center report makes recommendations for how Congress can tackle surveillance reform.