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Judicial integrity is at stake in Wisconsin, 30-year veteran of The New York Times editorial board, Dorothy Samuels, joins the Brennan Center, and working to close New York's big money loopholes.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a controversial ruling made by the Wisconsin Supreme Court, a potential legal challenge to a Kansas court funding law, and more.
Redistricting commissions survive at the U.S. Supreme Court, but another big redistricting term looms ahead.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights federal judicial nominations, calls for judicial impeachment in Oklahoma, and more.
A groundbreaking voting bill heads to the NJ Governor's desk and the legal battle for control over the Kansas Judiciary continues.
North Carolina's controversial voting restrictions head to court and New Jersey passes groundbreaking voting reform, but could fall to veto.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights the recent SCOTUS same-sex marriage ruling, the Kansas school funding debate, and more.
House Appropriations Committee acts to protect dark money and New York's corruption debacle continues.
SCOTUS rules to uphold state redistricting commission, Michael Waldman discusses the Second Amendment at the Aspen Ideas Festival, and a new report on reducing racial disparities in our jails.
A new Brennan Center report lays out ways to reduce racial disparities in jails.