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Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights federal judicial nominee William Thomas, concerns about the searing-in of Kansas Court of Appeals Judge Caleb Stegall, and more.
The federal government shuts down for the first time in almost two decades, the Justice Department announces plans to sue North Carolina over the state’s restrictive voting law, and more.
The Brennan Center weighs in on a Supreme Court battle over checks and balances, calls out corruption in Albany, and more.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights developments in the federal judicial nominations process, a judicial selection challenge in Indiana, and more.
Texas' restrictive voter ID law heads back to federal court, eight state voter updates, and Project Vote releases an analysis showing the increasing trend of disenfranchisement in voting legislation across the country.
The restrictive Texas voter ID law goes back to court, New York State tackles political corruption, AP journalists on unearthing Muslim surveillance program, and more.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights the Arizona Supreme Court's ruling in Dobson v. Arizona, the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on the Federal Judgeship Act of 2013, and more.
In our latest update, the Brennan Center weighs in on marijuana reform laws, unjust fees for inmates, and new ideas on solving California's prison crisis.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights Texas Supreme Court Justice Don Willett's comments about judicial elections, a New York County Lawyers' Association report about the sequester, and more.
Alarming NSA disclosures continue, President Obama outlines his Syria plan, Andrew Cohen weighs in on the sequester, and more.