In response to COVID-19, actions should be taken to protect elections and Americans’ right to vote.
The White House’s lack of leadership on COVID-19 is threatening the administration of justice.
Who We Measure Matters: Connecting the Dots Among Comprehensive Data Collection, Civil Rights Enforcement, and Equality
Data collection, disaggregation, and analysis of the nation’s diverse communities and their experiences are essential to achieving equality.
As the Trump administration ramps up its attacks on the judiciary, this year’s Supreme Court docket has the potential to define the legacy of the Roberts court.
States can receive federal funding to expand Medicaid eligibility, but gerrymandering keeps hundreds of thousands of people uninsured.
Donald Trump’s attacks on the legitimacy of America’s legal system are growing increasingly dangerous and brazen.
The compositions of the country’s federal courts should better reflect the nation’s increasingly diverse population.
Thousands of public officials lost their jobs after facing public corruption charges similar to what Trump has already admitted.
While impeachment does not require that the president violate the law, Trump did so multiple times in carrying out his scheme.
Senate Republicans must reject President Trump’s unprecedented stonewalling and require witnesses and documentary evidence in the impeachment trial.
The impeachment trial should not be used to advance Russian disinformation tactics.
While payday lenders have traditionally preyed on vulnerable populations, they now have a new target: young people. Meanwhile, the Trump administration has allowed Washington’s culture of corruption to support this predatory industry.
Civil justice reform requires an all-of-government approach.
States could save lives by passing tougher gun laws, but gerrymandering keeps progress out of reach.
Putting an end to gerrymandering could lead to tougher gun legislation at the state level—and, as a result, safer communities.