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After nearly a year of litigation, the Texas photo ID trial started this morning.
A generation after the Voting Rights Act was signed, our nation is in danger of reneging on the promise that every citizen can freely cast a ballot.
Victoria Bassetti on how armies of lawyers are now fighting to preserve the Voting Rights Act.
Will a federal court decide to block one of the most wide-reaching and restrictive voting measures in the country before the November elections?
In 22 states, voters could face obstacles to the ballot box in November, including strict photo ID requirements, cutbacks to early voting, and fewer registration opportunities.
In the wake of challenges to voter ID laws, courts begin to rule as midterm elections draw near.
It is high time for a greater executive role in safeguarding the right to vote.
In The New York Times, several legal experts took issue with our criticism of how the current Supreme Court treats campaign contributions and the right to vote. Here, we set the record straight.
The Supreme Court talks about the fundamental right to participate in elections. But in the last several years it has only been willing to seriously protect that right for a few of us.
In an exhaustive and devastating opinion, Judge Lynn Adleman writes that the facts don't justify restrictions that unduly burden minorities