Expanding Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) programs to white supremacists will do little to reduce terrorism and could undermine fundamental rights, the Brennan Center and others argued in a letter to Congressional leadership.
The Subcommittee on National Security's July 27 hearing on “Combatting Homegrown Terrorism” omitted crucial voices necessary to a fair examination of current CVE policies. Partial narratives perpetuate division and fear, and Congress must do better.
The Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity's vice chair, Kris Kobach, is one of the nation’s leading advocates for documentary proof of citizenship laws. They have been shown to keep thousands from the polls.
The Brennan Center and United to Protect Democracy wrote a letter to the director of the Office of Management and Budget, asking him to protect against sweeping requests by the dubious Fraud Commission for extensive personal information about voters.
On June 29, the Brennan Center submitted testimony to the Council of the District of Columbia supporting the Fair Elections Act of 2017, which would create a small-donor match public financing program.