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Two of New York’s three most powerful politicians have now been arrested, accused of abusing the public trust for private gain. Maybe this scandal will finally help us pass the comprehensive reform Albany needs.
The issue is not how much money is spent on campaigns, but where the money comes from.
Driver’s license suspensions can lead to unnecessary incarceration so some lawmakers are taking steps to reduce this counterproductive reliance.
Instead of wasting the limited time left before Congress goes on recess, Senate leaders should be working to fix the Patriot Act, not blindly endorsing it.
“It shouldn’t be whether you have an ID, it should be whether you’re a citizen.” Read the final part of our series talking to voters who struggled with Texas’s new photo ID requirement.
On April 3, Robert Bauer analyzed a forthcoming article, The Coordination Fallacy, which the Brennan Center’s Benjamin Brickner highlighted in March.
Those who benefit from political power owe it to the nation, and to the furtherance of our democracy, to recognize and address the larger issue of inequality.
A citizen coalition in Seattle has introduced an innovative proposal to amplify the voices of average voters in the city's elections.
Texas needs a 21st century voter registration system that's secure, efficient, and inclusive. That should include online registration and a plan to keep the rolls accurate and up to date.
In part two of our ongoing series, the Brennan Center spoke to several voters who were confused by Texas's strict photo ID requirement and some who were blocked from voting entirely.
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