These fact sheets examine the lack of diversity in the federal judiciary.
The federal judiciary does not reflect the population that it serves, which has severe consequences for both the institution’s legitimacy and the parties who come before it.
New CAP analysis finds that the impacts of partisan gerrymandering are comparable to switching the majority of votes in 22 states.
The United States needs federal leadership to ensure that it has a civil justice system that works for all Americans.
The pharmaceutical industry leverages Washington’s culture of corruption to increase profits while everyday Americans suffer from high drug prices.
The private prison industry is benefiting from Trump administration policies to expand detention and increase profits.
Implementing voter-determined districts is a sensible way to end partisan gerrymandering and ensure fair representation.
Special-interest groups have used states’ tradition as “laboratories of democracy” to implement damaging and regressive policies at the behest of corporate clients and wealthy donors.
Daniella and Ed sit down this week with North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper and discuss his successful efforts navigating the divided North Carolina government.
This week, Daniella and Ed sit down with Jesse Lee, senior adviser for Communications at CAP, and discuss the stream of corruption scandals within the Trump administration as well as the merits of impeachment.
The ideal AVR policy model allows eligible registrants to opt out of voter registration after agency transactions.
Rep. Adam Schiff and Ari Melber sit down at the 2019 CAP Ideas Conference to discuss the new era of oversight in the House.
Ed and Daniella chat with Ari Melber—host of MSNBC's "The Beat With Ari Melber"—to discuss the increasingly strained relationship between Congress and the Trump administration, as well as the debate around criminal justice reform.
Truly fair U.S. electoral districts would allow the views of elected representatives to better reflect those of the people who elect them.
The federal judiciary has hit a crisis point that requires changes to how the courts operate and how cases are brought before them.