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Following the unrest in Ferguson, Obama should take swift action to reform criminal justice grants and provide accountability to the flow of federal funds used by law enforcement.
The attention around Gov. Cuomo’s shuttering of the Moreland Commission is a distraction and takes our attention off campaign finance reform.
With control of the Senate at stake, outside spending is soaring. This report identifies troubling trends on the powerful role anonymous money is playing in this year's elections.
Faiza Patel and Mike Price: Congress needs to implement reforms that stops DHS and DOJ funding of police militarization.
The Brennan Center submitted comments to the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board recommending a series of reforms that better protect Americans' privacy and encourage government oversight.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a new system in North Carolina for considering constitutional challenges, an auto insurance company that spent big in a Miami judicial race, and more.
A new Brennan Center policy proposal suggests the president should make broad reforms to federal grants across the country that fund state and local law enforcement to help prevent problems like the ongoing crisis in Ferguson, Mo.
Stronger protections of attorney-client communications are needed to ensure that defendants can consult with their lawyers in private.
The Department of Justice and Kris Kobach will square off today in oral arguments over new laws in Kansas and Arizona that require proof of citizenship in order to register to vote.