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As Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders take the stage tonight, criminal justice reform is back at the center of public debate. What are the candidates’ plans to fix our broken system? Here’s one solution they can champion.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a wave of political pressure facing state courts, PA legislators' concern over a new judicial commission, and more.
Our latest Election 2016 newsletter highlights voting restrictions at the polls and a major Supreme Court decision on redistricting.
Our latest Fair Courts E-Lert highlights two West Virginia candidates' eligibility for public funds; a senator facing backlash over the SCOTUS nomination, and more.
This November, many voters will go to the polls with new voting restrictions in place. Craigconnects and the Brennan Center explored how that may affect voters — and what we can do to fix it.
Race and politics are often entangled in redistricting disputes, and the difficult question of where to draw the line between the two is the crux of two cases playing out this month.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights an impeachment bill passed by the Kansas Senate, the possible costs of further cuts to Kentucky's court budget, and more.
A closer look at Merrick Garland and criminal justice, debunking claims of a national crime wave, and details on the Justice Department's new initiative on fees and fines
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights President Obama's nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court, Justice Eakin resigning from the PA Supreme Court, and more.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights Alabama's court funding; a judge's ruling that West Virginia's Justice Benjamin is ineligible for public financing, and more.