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Political leaders across the aisle speak out about gerrymandering.
Will he maintain an objective frame in his Commission-related responsibilities? Or will he use the Commission as an opportunity to score political points as he pursues a higher office?
New Yorkers deserve to know how the NYPD is working with ICE, what information they are sharing, and how the NYPD is using new surveillance technologies.
If he really wants to bolster public confidence in the integrity of elections, he can step down from Trump’s commission, run for governor, and let the voters decide.
The fact that Trump’s defenders raise their voices to advocate for the president reflects his shaky legal position.
While Sessions jumped in when he should have stayed out, he also got out when he should have stayed in.
In recent years, police departments throughout the country have quietly amassed an arsenal of sophisticated surveillance technologies without public notice, debate or oversight from local lawmakers.
The policy is based on prejudice, not proof. It signals to Muslims that they’re not welcome, and it’s working.
Are we seeing a resurgence of small donors? Are average Americans, newly engaged in politics, joining together to take ownership of elections back from the megadonors and super PACs?
For those outraged by Trump, it is tempting to engage in the “dark money” politics that helped put him in the White House. But such political expediency will only damage democracy.
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