A little known group is seeking to replace ERIC with an amateurish and unreliable program powered by GOP vigilantes.
With the 140 historic confirmations, including that of Ketanji Brown Jackson, Biden is outpacing his predecessors by diversifying the federal judiciary in terms of gender, race and professional backgrounds.
From relatively minor institutional changes to large-scale structural overhauls, here are the leading federal judiciary ref
For the first time in 15 years, a liberal majority holds the court which could mean true progress for democracy in and out of the state.
Elected officials, experts, activists and litigants react to the diverging decisions from the recent SCOTUS term.
Today, the Court ruled that state legislatures aren’t free to draw congressional maps free from constraints. In doing so, the Court turned back a major threat to American democracy that could have upended elections across the country.
What happened in Tennessee last week undermines a key premise pushed by supporters of the ISL theory and underscores precisely how dangerous it could be if adopted by the Court.
This year, we published 38 guest authors on a range of issues facing voters written by activists, elected officials, experts and more. We also launched a candidate Q&A series. Today, we look back at the voices of 2022.
Voters in 10 other states weighed in on democracy-related ballot measures. Now that the dust has settled and (most) of the results are in, here’s what happened to those measures in this year’s elections.
In our final candidate Q&A of the 2022 cycle, U.S. Senate candidate Cheri Beasley lays out her pro-democracy platform.
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