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As a senator, Jeff Sessions had a history of falsely inflating the count of foreign nationals supposedly involved in terrorism. Now, he wants to do much more of that as attorney general.
President Trump’s selection of Neil Gorsuch for the next U.S. Supreme Court Justice will usher in a new Court poised to interpret law on a host of pivotal issues. Brennan Center experts on law and policy explain what’s at stake for our legal system.
The next justice's pen, not the president's tweets, could redefine your right to vote.
Claims have circulated this election season about the extent of voter fraud. But putting rhetoric aside to look at the facts makes clear fraud is vanishingly rare, and does not happen on a scale even close to that necessary to “rig” an election.
Americans who want greater diversity on the bench should consider Canada’s recent changes in judicial selection, which have sparked an important conversation about how judges reach its highest court.
Whitford v. Gill could lead the U.S. Supreme Court to take its first look at the constitutionality of politically driven line-drawing in more than a decade.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights the Senate's confirmation hearing for Judge Neil Gorsuch, a dissent from the 9th Circuit criticizing attacks on courts, and more.
By behaving in ways that undermine the rule of law domestically and internationally, the Trump administration is compromising our integrity and security.
By vetoing automatic voter registration, Gov. Brian Sandoval rejected not only good policy but also the growing bipartisan consensus supporting the reform.