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A new Brennan Center report finds that extreme partisan bias in Congressional maps accounts for at least 16-17 Republican seats in the current Congress.
A sitting president likely cannot be indicted. He can, however, be impeached. Firing Comey to turn off an investigation might be impeachable but not indictable.
For the better part of the last decade, Kris Kobach has been a key architect behind many of the nation’s anti-voter and anti-immigration policies.
Claims have circulated this election season about the extent of voter fraud. But putting rhetoric aside to look at the facts makes clear fraud is vanishingly rare, and does not happen on a scale even close to that necessary to “rig” an election.
Throwing Trump out of office would make forging a consensus on anything in Washington even more difficult.
Our concern is not just whether Trump’s campaign criminally colluded with Russia. It is also whether Trump’s ties to Russia affect his willingness or his ability to act in America’s best interests.
Today, the Supreme Court once again upheld the authority of Congress to place limits on the size of campaign contributions.
Today, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling that North Carolina engaged in unconstitutional racial gerrymandering when it packed African-American voters into two congressional districts.
In attempts to undermine democracy, state lawmakers have set their sights on the courts.