Brennan Center contributor Victoria Bassetti's new three-part podcast series, “The Line,” examines the false claims of election rigging, how to fix low voter turnout in America, and the continued fight over voter identification laws.
This report reviews the current state of campaign finance law, explains how the Supreme Court has considered evidence in campaign finance cases, and identifies the key empirical questions in campaign finance law that have been or need to be answered.
An unprecedented buildup of secret law has been created by the federal government since 9/11 through legal memos, court rulings, agreements with foreign nations, and more. All have been issued without public scrutiny or input — and many impact crucial decisions about the lives and liberties of U.S. citizens.
The Brennan Center and a coalition of civil liberties organizations submitted comments to the Department of Homeland Security on their plan to collect social media information from travelers seeking entry to the United States.