Trump’s actions during his first 100 days in office have time and again benefitted corporations and the wealthy at the expense of ordinary Americans.
While criminal justice reform may be stalled in Congress for now, red, blue, and purple states alike are moving forward with their own reforms.
Americans have always fought to expand democratic freedoms and protect democratic society from being corrupted through unchecked private greed and undermined through grotesque inequality.
Neil Gorsuch’s refusal to recognize LGBT people as a class during his confirmation hearing could signal a threat to the future of LGBT equality.
Neil Gorsuch’s views would undermine women’s equality and put critical protections at risk.
The constitutional right to dignity is critical to LGBT people. Gorsuch is likely to reject that right.
Many rural and small-town voters supported President Trump—but his agenda will harm families and the economy in their communities.
Judge Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation could lead to continued erosion of justice for wronged consumers and workers.
Judge Neil Gorsuch has a record of ruling in favor of big business, and he joined the first federal court ruling that allowed a for-profit corporation to claim a right to exercise religion.
President Trump’s U.S. Supreme Court nominee worked at the Department of Justice at a time when its lawyers fired prosecutors for political reasons and authorized torture by the executive branch.
Congress and the Trump administration do not just want to cut funding for civil legal aid. They are trying to make it more difficult for Americans to pursue justice altogether.
Trump’s corrupt conflicts of interest threaten America’s national security, economy, and democracy; citizens, Congress, and the courts have important tools to demand accountability and exercise oversight.
The courts are a critical independent check on this unpredictable and dangerous administration’s attack on the Muslim community.
President Trump’s Attacks on the Courts Show the Need for an Independent Supreme Court Nominee with Bipartisan Support
The president has repeatedly disrespected federal judges whose rulings he does not like.
With Jeff Sessions as attorney general, dangerous and outdated “law and order” policies would stymie criminal justice reform.