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On this historic anniversary for our country, Congress should move swiftly to restore the lost promise of the Voting Rights Act.
Outside groups set up to benefit specific candidates have raised twice as much as candidates themselves in the 2016 race.
It’s easy to forget amid all the happy talk of political consensus that Congress hasn't yet done anything big to stem the tide of federal incarceration.
Super PACs have given plutocratic ideologues unprecedented power — but there's a remarkably easy way to curb them.
To honor the original promise of the Voting Rights Act, Congress must act now to restore its core provision and ensure citizens can vote free of discrimination heading into the 2016 election.
The California secretary of state abandoned his predecessor’s challenge to a voting rights decision, providing an important boost for the rights restoration movement.
The 2016 race is increasingly being run through "shadow campaigns," outside groups with reported ties to the candidates they support. This activity is more brazen than ever and big donors are rewarding those groups that have close ties.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court decision to end investigation into Walker campaign raises questions of judiciary integrity and eviscerates much-needed campaign finance laws.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a Wisconsin justice explaining his participation in a case, confusion over when a Tennessee justice would stand before voters, and more.