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A new report outlines how 'Citizens United' has changed the face of state and local elections and the Brennan Center files an emergency appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court in the Texas photo ID case.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights Marion County's unconstitutional judicial selection system, district court races in Nevada, and more.
In the past few weeks, a series of court decisions have changed voting rules in several states.
Voter ID laws were blocked in Texas and Wisconsin helping nearly 1 million voters and join Alex Wagner and David Corn for a pre-election primer on the state of our democracy.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a proposed amendment that could reshape the Florida Supreme Court, a former Justice's concern over a new Kansas law, and more.
Attorney General Eric Holder praised the Brennan Center's new report shortly before announcing his pending resignation.
Courts contend with voter suppression ahead of midterm elections.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a judicial canons case before the United States Supreme Court, a Wisconsin John Doe investigation involving state Supreme Court justices, and more.
A proposal requiring that publicly traded companies disclose their political spending draws over a million comments, new data demonstrates NYC's public financing success, and more.
Attorney General Eric Holder calls new report a "landmark" roadmap for reform, lack of resources leads to longer lines at polls finds new study, and the Texas photo ID trial concludes.