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They may finally be required to tell how much they spend on politics.
Buried in the Trump 2019 budget proposal is a regressive agenda to kill programs designed to reduce incarceration and reduce crime.
170 civil rights and good government groups warn that citizenship question could upend census.
Trump is quick to defend the white, male and powerful, but less so for everyone else.
State attorneys general from across the country are resisting attempts to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census.
Trump and Sessions' misleading claims on crime decline risk reinvigoration of bad policies.
Special interests are increasingly attempting to influence the make-up of state court benches. States can – and should – stop them from bidding for the bench.
Brennan Center senior fellow Dorothy Samuels interviews Michael Meltsner about his new book, his career, and the role of serendipity in life.
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.
While the fight isn’t over quite yet, Pennsylvania voters’ efforts to get a fairer congressional map took a big step forward this week.