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“A problem is not the same thing as an emergency,” said Brennan Center’s Elizabeth Goitein in a House Judiciary Committee hearing.
With a strong bipartisan vote, lawmakers have agreed to a create a fairer process for drawing the state’s election maps.
It’s time for bolder action on a defining civil rights issues of our time.
House Democrats should let experts ask questions of hostile Trump witnesses.
A viral moment revealed the extent of money's influence in our politics.
The threat of an added citizenship question has generated concern about how information provided to the government could be used against vulnerable communities.
Americans should know whether they’re voting for someone who is putting their own wallet ahead of the national interest.
The Court is expected to issue an opinion before the end of June 2019.
The National Emergencies Act gives the president enormous discretion — and powers.
The president’s declaration is an abuse of power.