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America’s campaign finance system is badly broken and a major source of inequality. A new Brennan Center project explores how the system excludes underserved citizens from the political process — and examines solutions to reduce these disparities.
The biggest partisan gerrymandering court challenge in three decades wrapped up its initial phase with the close of a four-day trial.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a SCOTUS decision on racial discrimination in jury selection, Justice Breyer speaking on the eight member court, and more.
The Brennan Center hosted the first-ever national conference on automatic voter registration last week, featuring former Attorney General Eric Holder and California Secretary of State Alex Padilla.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a study on the Supreme Court "friend of the court" picks, the expansion of the Arizona Supreme Court, and more.
The New York Times Editorial Board pushes back on the claims from the FBI Director, calling his theory a "false notion" and citing the Brennan Center's 2015 crime numbers as proof.
Our latest Fair Court E-Lert highlights AL Chief Justice Roy Moore's suspension, Idaho Supreme Court candidates debating judicial independence, and more.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a debate over judicial diversity in Utah, candidates for an upcoming vacancy in Wisconsin, and more
Our latest Election 2016 newsletter tackles corruption in campaign finance and new legal battles for voting rights.
Our latest Fair Courts E-lert highlights a decision by the UT JNC to remove their diversity provision; the opinions in the WV public financing cases, and more.