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The Supreme Court takes up campaign finance, voting law legal battles continue, and more in this month's Election 2016 newsletter.
The state becomes the fourth in the nation to enact automatic registration of eligible citizens, and the second to do so with strong bipartisan support.
Last week, the Brennan Center and the American Enterprise Institute convened at The White House to discuss the economic impact of the criminal justice system.
For the fourth year in a row, bills that would expand voters’ access to the ballot box have outpaced those that would restrict voting, in terms of both introduction and passage.
A forthcoming University of Pennsylvania Law Review series hopes to relaunch a much needed conversation on the role of political equality in the Supreme Court's campaign finance jurisprudence.
Our latest Election 2016 newsletter tackles corruption in campaign finance and new legal battles for voting rights.
The VOTE Act would create a grant program to replace aging voting machines across the nation and allocate funds specifically for training election officials.
It is critical that policymakers and advocacy organizations acknowledge the impact of the criminal justice system on women, and vow to put an end to mass incarceration.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a decision by the UT JNC to remove their diversity provision; the opinions in the WV public financing cases, and more.