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While other states continue to move their voter registration systems into the 21st century and increase voter participation, Texas politicians are making it harder to vote.
Albany's shameful moment echos an earlier set of scandals, which demonstrated that bold change is possible.
From the winner of the 2014 Ridenhour Courage Prize, a timely and provocative new history of secrecy in the U.S. government.
The recent bipartisan momentum on criminal justice reform includes restoring voting rights to people with past criminal convictions in the states. Minnesota provides the best example.
We cannot pretend to have adequately humanized our criminal justice system until we address incarceration's atrocious medical care.
At a time when leaders of both political parties are uniting to reform our criminal justice system, this veto is a failure of leadership. The legislature should override the veto and give these citizens a second chance.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a supreme court primary race in Pennsylvania, a Kansas bill that could defund the judiciary, and more.
Blessed (or cursed) with so many White House dreamers, Republicans are desperately trying to figure out how to conduct a debate purge.