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A diverse coalition joins the Brennan Center in urging reform for the federal government’s largest criminal justice funding program, and President Obama grants clemency to 21 federal prisoners.
New Brennan Center analysis on recess appointments, Gov. Cuomo on small donor public financing, and the War on Poverty.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights Chief Justice Roberts' year-end report on the federal judiciary, high profile court battles to come in 2014, and more.
The Brennan Center's latest policy proposal on voting system fixes, presidential task force urges curb on NSA power, and the Second Amendment after Newtown.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights disqualification guidelines in California, extrajudicial income disclosures in Minnesota, and more.
After a wave of restrictions led to long lines in 2012, states across the country continued to change voting laws in 2013 — for good and bad.
The National Press Club hosts a panel to discuss the Brennan Center's new policy proposal, Reforming Funding to Reduce Mass Incarceration, Brennan Center Fellow Andrew Cohen writes about mandatory minimums, and more.
A new report on troubling gaps in local-federal intelligence sharing, how federal dollars can be used to reduce mass incarceration, the "unfinished work" of democracy and justice, and more.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a new report on personal financial disclosures, potential Supreme Court retirements, and more.
Several states add new voting technologies, lawmakers meet in Washington to discuss how expand access to the polls, and more.