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Brennan Center Senior Fellow Lauren-Brooke Eisen discusses how her research into private prison facilities in Australia and New Zealand could inform better practices in the United States.
Tackling one of the most complex aspects of the criminal justice system, Charged is vital reading that adeptly weaves together complex research, on-the-ground journalistic reporting, and a page-turning narrative.
Congress’ ability to fully know the facts and to investigate them thoroughly is critical for our democracy to work, argues Brennan Center Fellow Victoria Bassetti.
The gun-rights group’s political influence is dwindling along with its supply of cash.
Greater transparency rules for online ads are critical to preventing covert foreign influence efforts from tainting the 2020 elections. States must continue to lead the way.
It's not enough to put limits on campaign contributions. Oregon must also give the people a stronger voice in Salem.
The Democratic presidential candidates agree on the need to fix the system. We should urge them to go further.
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.