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The exposure of the Transportation Safety Administration’s ‘Quiet Skies’ program is a chance to consider what is necessary protection and what is security theater
Three developments last week suggest the GOP may be more concerned about the Supreme Court nominee’s chances than most believe
A rundown of the redistricting and census-related bills that have been filed in the 115th Congress.
A judge has defined the Constitution’s anti-corruption clauses for the first time. And it’s not good news for the president.
The Brennan Center's Myrna Pérez discusses the threat of voter purges on the anniversary of the VRA
Here’s what’s happened on the voting front since we published our comprehensive summary in June
In just a few years, voting districts will be redrawn across the country. Advocacy and grassroots groups in a number of states are busy drafting ballot proposals and launching campaigns that support legislation aimed at curbing gerrymandering.
Brett Kavanaugh says his legal philosophy is “policy neutral,” but it only serves the GOP agenda
Campaign finance reforms at the state and local level could move the needle and position these offices as accessible stepping stones with far-reaching impact
The SCOTUS nominee could support efforts to weaken the rules even further, his record suggests