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Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights diversity in Obama's judicial nominees, the effect of the sequester on the courts, and more.
In our latest newsletter, the Supreme Court considers Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, privacy and security experts discuss how new technologies have outpaced safeguards, homeowners still suffering despite foreclosure settlement, and more.
The impending sequester gives the DOJ an opportunity to rethink outdated criminal justice policies that don't work.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights an ABA resolution on access to justice, Michigan's costly and partisan judicial election in 2012, and more.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights the judicial primary in Wisconsin, the lost time and productivity due to delays in judicial confirmations, and more.
In our latest newsletter, we highlight our proposal to fix long lines at the polls, a recent event on reducing mass incarceration in New York, the anti-climactic filibuster deal, and more.
The Brennan Center releases a new report on how New York reduced mass incarceration, features a defense of a Rhode Island foreclosure settlement program, and more.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights President Obama's judicial selection record, West Virginia's possible public financing, and more.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights merit selection for judges, elections in Michigan, a new report on recusal, and more.
President Obama urges voting reform in inaugural address, Voter Empowerment Act introduced in Congress, Supreme Court to hear two key voting cases, and more.