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Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights conflicting judicial selection bills in North Carolina, judicial confirmation legislation in Tennessee, and more.
A new Brennan Center series profiling stories of voters who struggled with Texas's photo ID requirement, an interactive analysis tracking redistricting measures, how New York failed to close a big money loophole, and more.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights Wisconsin legislators rejecting Gov. Walker's judicial plans, rethinking judicial elections in Arkansas, and more.
The Maryland legislature approved a bill to restore voting rights to 40,000 citizens with past criminal convictions and oral arguments for the Texas photo ID law will be heard later this month.
New analysis tracks redistricting bills across the country and the U.S. Supreme Court rules in Alabama's racial gerrymandering case.
A new book traces the history of government secrecy from George Washington to today and Maryland moves to restore voting rights.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a supreme court race in Wisconsin, a new judicial funding bill in Kansas, and more.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a change to West Virginia judicial elections, outside group spending in the Wisconsin Supreme Court race, and more.
Many election observers expect the Supreme Court to consider a major voting rights case before the 2016 election, with several challenges pending to laws in Arizona, Kansas, North Carolina, and Texas.
A new paper outlines how President Obama should issue an executive order mandating government contractors disclose their political spending and the NYPD IG looks to tackle surveillance reform.
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