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Politicians are increasingly using nonprofits capable of accepting unlimited dark money funds to advance their agendas. Congress can and should act now to stop the flow of unregulated cash into post-election day politicking.
Congress is reluctant to use its power under the Elections Clause to set standards for the states. This could be an area where the diversity of federalism is a disadvantage.
There's still much more to do.
The move raises serious concerns that the upcoming census will be a major failure, harming our democracy, communities and businesses and painting an inaccurate picture of America’s population.
Supporting gun control is an easy call for businesses — if not for politicians
The only question is how far and how fast change will come.
Although provisions in the spending bill make it harder for the government to regulate money in politics, advocates were able to keep out language that would have been much worse.
Judicial impeachment shouldn’t be used to punish judges for their rulings. Here’s why.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal exposes the mistake in allowing companies like Facebook to self-regulate in the first place.
Five things to know about the important Maryland partisan-gerrymandering case slated for oral argument at the U.S. Supreme Court on March 28.