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The DISCLOSE Act is crucial to ensuring voters know who is trying to influence their votes on Election Day — and the votes of their representatives in Congress after the election is over.
Although the international community has sought to address abuse by military contractors in war zones and other areas of instability, there are important substantive gaps left to fill.
Use of the term "mass incarceration" has undergone as dramatic a change as incarceration itself.
The reports of two Washington panels show that sensible compromise is not completely dead.
The lengthy fight over redistricting in the Lone Star state begins trial this week before a three-judge panel in San Antonio.
Politics these days is mostly running on fear, not optimism. The consequence could be lower turnout in 2016.
A roundup with the latest news highlighting the corrosive nature of money in New York State politics — and the need for public financing and robust campaign finance reform.
Will a federal court decide to block one of the most wide-reaching and restrictive voting measures in the country before the November elections?
Legislation mandating video-recording of interrogations in New York will promote transparency, accountability, fiscal prudence, and justice.
In the wake of Hobby Lobby and Citizens United, are all corporations now persons?