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Intelligence officials have gone to great lengths to avoid public accountability, which is especially problematic now when Americans' civil liberties are being eroded.
New report: Since 1990, increased incarceration had a limited impact on reducing crime. So what did?
Members of Congress reintroduced a bipartisan bill that would restore many of the Voting Rights Act protections gutted by the Supreme Court in 2013.
A recent district court ruling is not legal reasoning, but a capitulation.
Our latest Fair Courts e-lert highlights John Oliver show tackling judicial elections, new non-partisan elections in West Virginia, a judge shortage in Pennsylvania, and more.
A new analysis indicates how the findings from our recent report What Caused the Crime Decline? can be applied to different types of legislation in many states this year.
John Oliver explored the growing problem of money in judicial elections on his weekly show Last Week Tonight.
Two members of New York City Councilwoman Debi Rose’s 2009 election campaign were indicted on criminal charges brought by a special prosecutor.
The Maryland Senate heard testimony today about legislation to restore the right to vote to nearly 40,000 Maryland citizens with past felony convictions.