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The House of Representatives is rightfully preparing to pass a motion that strongly condemns the president's racist comments.
The bill discriminates by wealth and race, and burdens returning citizens with navigating a flawed fees and fines system.
A citizenship question will not appear on the 2020 census, but threats to the count remain.
Rep. Duncan Hunter’s defense lawyers are making a dangerous argument, argues Brennan Center Fellow Ciara Torres-Spelliscy.
The new law makes it impossible for returning citizens to know whether they are eligible to vote.
The Pennsylvania Legislature passed a law taking authority from Philadelphia’s top prosecutor.
With federal courts off the table, energy to reform redistricting should be focused on voter- or legislator-led efforts to remake the rules of the process.
A round up of where key redistricting cases across the country stand.
The Supreme Court's decision to block the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census was a victory for representative democracy, but the Court could have and should have taken a far stronger posture than it did.
The court’s decision was a victory for a fair and inclusive count, but dangers still remain.