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The Brennan Center is challenging funding restrictions put on organizations that receive Global AIDS Act funding.
The Brennan Center's amicus brief in this case argued that the inadequate representation provided by the New York State Legislature justified judicial intervention in the funding of the state's public schools.
The Brennan Center and other good government groups submitted an amicus brief in support of an ultimately successful effort to shed light on New York legislators' pet projects.
These Supreme Court cases arose from the Texas Legislature’s notorious mid-decade “re-redistricting” of the state’s congressional districts.
The case involved an Illinois Supreme Court justice who declined to recuse himself, and then ruled for one of his biggest campaign contributors. The Brennan Center filed an amicus brief.