S.B. 747 makes it so that too many people would go to the polls, lawfully vote and later learn — or perhaps never learn — that their vote didn’t count.
The impact of the new maps — on state and national politics and on the lives of North Carolinians — will be profound.
The fight for abortion rights is the fight for our democracy and this week, Ohioans stood firmly against rampant attacks from Republicans.
We deserve a country where the administration of law reflects not just our hope for justice, but the beauty of our common struggle against racial hierarchy.
Maybe the sheriff’s office should be relegated to history books. There, it could remain a relic and the rest of society can move on.
The decisions made by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court have far-reaching consequences, and we cannot afford to let these rights be eroded or diminished.
Today, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument in a case that will shape the future of South Carolina’s Black communities.
In this upcoming case, the Court will decide whether judges or agency experts are better positioned to decide crucial public policy questions.
Allowing sheriffs to dictate the implementation of laws — like we saw in Illinois and New Mexico — subverts the democratic will of the people.
After 782 days and five bipartisan court strike downs of illegal Republican gerrymanders, Ohio is closing out its 2021 mapping cycle with Democrats caving on maps.
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