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The notoriously dysfunctional FEC is failing to enforce campaign finance law and update election rules for the modern age.
A citizenship question on the 2020 census could have a lasting impact — including on the Supreme Court itself, argues Brennan Center Fellow Ciara Torres-Spelliscy.
Customs and Border Protection's new social media monitoring program poses a serious threat to the rights of free speech and association.
The Democrats cannot unilaterally surrender on impeachment investigations, argues Brennan Center Fellow Andrew Cohen.
Friend-of-the-court filings flag key themes for the Supreme Court’s census citizenship question case.
The NO BAN Act ensures that presidential orders to bar people from entering the United States are the product of proof rather than prejudice.
The current obsession with the purported injustice of the winner-take-all-system may be a goad to reform, but it irks nonetheless.
Trump’s attack on a Muslim congresswoman, and his border follies, beg difficult questions about American notions of patriotism.
A 1920s scandal led to a Supreme Court ruling that still applies today.