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Some of America’s largest companies have exited the powerful pro-free market group under pressure from shareholders.
One way to blunt the influence of super PACs is to allow candidates to buy more cheap TV time.
If the nation is to end mass incarceration, we must collectively embrace the revolution in prosecution.
The IRS has the power and the responsibility to limit the use of the nonprofit form to hide the sources of election spending.
This November, voters in Connecticut will have the opportunity to decide for themselves whether early voting comes to their state.
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.
The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit today overruled a federal judge in Wisconsin's decision halting an investigation into alleged coordination between Gov. Walker's recall campaign and supposedly "independent" outside groups.
Finally, following Texas’s closing argument, the Court heard brief rebuttal arguments from the plaintiffs.
Adam Aston delivered closing arguments for the State of Texas.
Chad Dunn, representing the Veasey/LULAC Plaintiffs, concluded the closing arguments for the plaintiffs.