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Concrete steps the courts can take to increase diversity among federal magistrate and bankruptcy judges.
Marked by conflicts of interest and ethical lapses, the first year of the Trump presidency has fueled debates about our system of federal ethics in Washington and across the nation.
The White House's three attempts at a travel ban and "extreme vetting" policies for certain visa applicants are part of an overall strategy for closing off the country to particular visitors, especially Muslims.
In 2018, changes to voting laws are again poised to play a major role in state legislative agendas.
The Department of Justice has notified Congress that it intends to close its Office for Access to Justice. The Brennan Center joined other groups in opposing the move.
Many states across the country are successfully using components of voter registration modernization. Here is a complete rundown.