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The capitol is awash in money and conflicts of interest, with no true ethics cops on the beat.
New analysis reveals key trends, from a major increase in the influence of a few wealthy donors to proliferation of dark money.
The State of the Union was something of a valedictory, but it was not free of political gamesmanship.
There is no shortage of legislation to cure the problems caused by Citizens United. Congress just has to act.
The decisions by grand juries not to indict officers in the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson and the Eric Brown chokehold case in N.Y, have spurred various proposals for reform.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a judicial solicitation case argued before the Supreme Court, an Ohio proposal to shift judicial elections to off-years, and more.
A new Brennan Center report examined the impact Citizens United had on campaign finance and President Obama called for a bipartisan effort on criminal justice reform.