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Thousands of Kentuckians can now reclaim their voting rights thanks to an executive order by the governor — and his action builds upon strong bipartisan support for rights restoration.
Journalists have a responsibility, if not a moral obligation, to set the record straight, loudly and quickly, before the myth these politicians seek to perpetuate takes public hold.
See below for current felony disenfranchisement law and legislative advocacy in Kentucky.
This page features campaign advertisements from Pennsylvania's 2015 state supreme court elections.
Predictive policing shouldn’t just become racial profiling by another name.
Discriminating against refugees because of their faith is deeply offensive to our constitutional values.
Special-interest groups are funneling millions of dollars into state-court elections, taking a toll on justice and public confidence in judges.
Voter registration modernization, which increases the accuracy of our voter rolls and reduces taxpayer expense, has received acclaim across the political spectrum.
In March 2015, Oregon became the first state in the country to adopt automatic registration when Governor Kate Brown signed the “New Motor Voter” bill (H.B. 2177).
New Jersey’s legislature became the second state to pass a bill adopting automatic voter registration, but Governor Chris Christie hinted he would veto the legislation.
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