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The strictest photo ID law in the nation has been ruled discriminatory three times.
In his keynote address, Attorney General Eric Holder declares that 'the right to vote is not only the cornerstone of our system of government — it is the lifeblood of our democracy.'
The New York Times Editorial Board pushes back on the claims from the FBI Director, calling his theory a "false notion" and citing the Brennan Center's 2015 crime numbers as proof.
A tragic tale of what can go wrong when profits are entangled with politics.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a SCOTUS decision on racial discrimination in jury selection, Justice Breyer speaking on the eight member court, and more.
Ohio is one of nine states with major ongoing litigation that could impact voting access before November.
Today, partisan gerrymandering takes center stage in Wisconsin as a four-day trial begins in Whitford v. Nichol.
Three federal courts have already found Texas's photo ID law, the strictest in the country, illegal and discriminatory.
Eight years after the Supreme Court struck down a handgun ban in District of Columbia v. Heller, Second Amendment law has not developed the way gun advocates hoped.