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Many of the largest barriers to voting come from the state itself, in the form of burdensome voting laws and gerrymandered political districts that suppress Latinos’ civic voice.
Instead of incremental steps such as banning assault weapons, Congress should defy the gun lobby and pass comprehensive legislation.
The state has set a precedent for others looking to overhaul their elections systems.
The scandals swirling around various members of the Administration have exposed a set of problems bigger than any one person or party.
To defend its Muslim Ban in court, the U.S. State Department is touting its granting of individual waivers to deserving visa applicants. A closer look shows the waiver success rate is minuscule.
Invading students' privacy isn't the solution.
We are not doing enough to shore up states’ vulnerable voting technology.
The Pennsylvania Secretary of State has directed that all new voting machines must produce a back-up paper record, which can be used to verify vote tallies. It's a great step, but the Governor's budget allocates zero funding for the move.
He went out of his way last month to protect officials at the expense of injured inmates.
Examining firearm reforms and the Second Amendment.