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The National Park Service could charge a “protest tax” and block off 80 percent of the White House sidewalk to demonstrations
States must consider how to safeguard the independence of state courts
It’s a key tool for making voting easier
The state should create and publicize a top-flight voter registration emergency-preparedness plan
In just a few years, voting districts will be redrawn across the country. Advocacy and grassroots groups in a number of states are busy drafting ballot proposals and launching campaigns that support legislation aimed at curbing gerrymandering.
In this breakdown of red state Indiana’s pricey and cutthroat Senate race, Professor Hershey considers Democratic incumbent Joe Donnelly’s chances of beating Trump-backed Mike Braun
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With early voting starting Monday, a range of efforts to restrict voting in the Peach State could cause big problems at the polls. We explain what’s going on.
What to do when obtaining a full and complete background investigation on nominees depends on a White House that believes it sits firmly atop the FBI
Tossing aside conservative notions of federalism, the attorney general wants to dynamite an agreement between the city and the state of Illinois to improve the Chicago police