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From young voters misinformed to elderly voters at risk, Texans share the hurdles and hoops they have to go through to try to vote this election.
Last week, The Wall Street Journal ran an editorial entitled “The Latest Speech Assault,” that misconstrues longstanding federal law and the Brennan Center's recent report, 'After Citizens United: The Story in the States.'
"You can’t vote with this card." Six Texan voters share the difficulties they've encountered trying to vote in a state with one of the strictest voter ID laws.
Legal services advocates won a significant victory last week for a defendants’ Sixth Amendment right to counsel, in 'Hurrel-Haring v. State of New York.'
The Ohio State University's Daniel P. Tokaji writes that the impact of judicial deregulation on the ground is at least as important as discussions of legal doctrine.
The New York City Board of Elections did it again. On this year’s ballot, candidates for governor will be on two rows, which can cause confusion and mistakes.
The U.S. needs to adhere to chemical weapons band requirements the same way it expects of others.
If the GOP takes over the Senate, the Administration may get just who it wants as Intelligence Committee Chair.
Thanks to Citizens United, Chevron is trying to stack the deck in one small California city.
Reforming the landscape of campaign finance is a long road.