Congressional opponents may try to repeal the presidential public financing system. The Brennan Center for Justice, along with numerous other groups, wrote a letter to Senator Dick Durbin urging him to block any repeal effort.
Top Constitutional scholars launch a new jurisprudence to curb the rise of unfettered money in politics post-Citizens United. What is next for the First Amendment? And how can we advance a vision of the Constitution as a charter for a vibrant, participatory democracy?
The corruption scandals of the last few years have profoundly shaken the faith of New Yorkers in their state government. This report examines the system erected by New York's current ethics laws and makes clear recommendations for a way forward.