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If churches could spend on politics, the amount of political money that’s untraceable to an actual person or special interest would surely skyrocket.
A Gorsuch opinion from the Tenth Circuit may tip his hand that he opposes regulating money in politics.
Donald Trump is poised to defund the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, and his Supreme Court pick bodes poorly for the future of civil rights.
Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch may be a vital restraint on Trump's war with the free press.
Since Justice Scalia’s death, many have asked what a new ninth justice might mean for campaign finance law. The shorthand for this was often “Citizens United.” Could it be overturned?
An originalist when we need one? Michael Waldman comments on U.S. Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.
Section 212(f) of the INA has never been used for the purpose of ideological exclusion, but Trump’s immigration E.O. does just that, potentially violating the INA and the Constitution.
When Acting Attorney General refused to defend an executive order, she was taking in to account the evidence given prior to the order that the Trump campaign intended to clamp down specifically on Muslim immigration to the United States.
Five federal judges stood up against Trump’s “Muslim ban,” but some officials refused to obey court orders. This threatens the very core of our system of government.
In Arkansas, elected officials from both sides of the aisle have recognized that secret spending has a pernicious effect on the state's democracy.
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