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The decisions by grand juries not to indict officers in the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson and the Eric Brown chokehold case in N.Y, have spurred various proposals for reform.
There is no shortage of legislation to cure the problems caused by Citizens United. Congress just has to act.
Florida, like the vast majority of states that elect judges, has implemented a modest, but important, measure to help insulate its judiciary from the pernicious influence of campaign spending.
The State of the Union was something of a valedictory, but it was not free of political gamesmanship.
After a year of unrest at home and abroad, the president will use Tuesday's State of the Union address to hit the reset button and outline his agenda for the coming year.
As people march this weekend to commemorate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., they should be wary of being illegally monitored by the police.
Florida's rule prohibiting judicial candidates from personally asking for campaign funds from donors is a reasonable restriction that protects the integrity of Florida's court.
GOP strategists say serious presidential contenders need to raise $75 million in the next 13 months. But money isn’t everything in politics.
Congressional oversight has become an exercise in scoring partisan points or generating press releases. Here’s how to cure the problem.
In the five years since the Supreme Court issued its ruling in Citizens United, it is clear that the scale of money in politics is out of reach for most Americans.