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The Bureau of Justice Statistics released new data on indigent defense expenditures, and it turns out the situation may not be improving.
With constant gridlock, toxic partisan battles seem to have brought federal lawmaking to a halt. But reports from two Washington panels show sensible compromise is possible.
A new Brennan Center study offers eyewitness accounts of how judicial vacancies are impacting our courts, delaying cases and creating unmanageable workloads.
In a gridlocked Congress, Super-PAC donations might not be all that effective.
A revised version of the USA FREEDOM Act, introduced today by Sen. Patrick Leahy, would prohibit bulk collection of Americans' business records and increase transparency and accountability in surveillance.
A new Brennan Center report looks at the impact of judicial vacancies on federal trial courts and restoring the right to vote gets bipartisan support.
A roundup with the latest news highlighting the corrosive nature of money in New York State politics — and the need for public financing and robust campaign finance reform.
Just last week the Bureau of Justice Statistics released new data on indigent defense expenditures, and it turns out the situation may not be improving.