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Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights legal ethicists urging WI justices to follow the constitutional recusal standard, an IL justice required to give testimony, and more.
The 50th Anniversary of Selma's "Bloody Sunday" will be commemorated this weekend with thousands of visitors, including President Barack Obama.
SCOTUS hears oral argument in redistricting case, Texas voter ID law back in court, Senate holds whistleblower hearing, and top ethics experts weigh in on money in politics case.
Groups raise concerns over new Countering Violent Extremism programs, next steps in reining in NSA surveillance, and obstacles to intelligence oversight.
Our latest Fair Courts e-lert highlights John Oliver show tackling judicial elections, new non-partisan elections in West Virginia, a judge shortage in Pennsylvania, and more.
John Oliver explored the growing problem of money in judicial elections on his weekly show Last Week Tonight.
Updates from the U.S. Supreme Court on Arizona and Alabama redistricting cases and a look at shifting demographics in Texas.
Our latest Fair Courts e-lert highlights a new lawsuit filed in Kansas, an Idaho resolution to impeach federal judges, and more.
Chief Judge for the Thirtieth Judicial District in Kansas sued the state over a new law that weakens the court, a new initiative to combat domestic extremism is flawed, and mass incarceration is not the answer.
A new Brennan Center report explore the relationship between the crime decline and mass incarceration.