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Brennan Center experts react to the president's second State of the Union address.
If ratified, the state amendment would transform the way the state draws its maps.
Brennan Center experts offer their take on the main themes Trump may present in his state of the union address.
After eight years, a House committee will again bear witness to testimony about gun violence.
Those who are unable to pay end up in debt to the state, which can lead to significant consequences from lowering an individual’s credit score to making it harder to apply for public housing.
There were foreign nationals from many countries surrounding the Trump campaign, argues Brennan Center fellow Ciara Torres-Spelliscy.
The case of Johnny Lee Gates shows the unconscionable legal hurdles facing the wrongly convicted, argues Brennan Center fellow Andrew Cohen.
It’s the first time in decades that either party has made comprehensive reform a central priority.
State lawmakers are poised to introduce a bill for automatic voter registration — a system that would make it easier to vote.
A commission staffed by Brennan Center counsel calls for state to get rid of paperless voting machines and bolster cybersecurity measures.