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A case before the North Carolina Supreme Court considers how much a legislative majority can manipulate the rules to make its advantage permanent — regardless of what the voters decide.
Is our system of checks and balances sufficiently robust to detect and prevent conflicts of interest? And 19 more questions the American public deserves answers to.
An overview of a citizen-proposal to reform the way redistricting is done in Michigan.
Charlottesville protests show that guns, more than hateful words, can convey a threat and silence debate. A simple fix: regulate gun carrying.
DOJ’s investigation threatens leakers, whistleblowers, and robust journalism.
Vermont becomes the latest state to implement automatic voter registration, a reform that promotes political participation while keeping our elections secure. A first look at the numbers shows that more voters were brought into the process.
Trump’s 2020 campaign has spent $50,000 on Donald Jr.’s defense lawyer. Is that a proper use of campaign money?
Special Counsels just assess possible criminal actions and are not public. And they take much longer than congressional probes. Congress can — and must — continue its inquiry.
A federal case may once again uphold the power of citizens to hold secretive political spenders accountable.
The Justice Department finally recognized that crime is a local issue. But its new plan still gets urban crime wrong.