Last week, Ohioans overwhelmingly rejected Issue 1, a ballot measure that would have gutted a century-old right to majority rule for direct democracy.
The progressive ideal would be to ensure that every vacancy — and there are still over 80 of them — is not just filled, but filled with more movement lawyers.
To fully understand how the measure process has been manipulated in recent years, we examined how legislators have tried to change the process.
When the gun lobby loses to democratic will, sheriffs take up the mantle by making a disreputable and debunked legalistic argument.
This vestige of Mississippi’s 1890 retrenchment of the doctrine of white supremacy remains in place over 130 years later.
It appears that Ohio Republicans will get away with having defied seven prior state Supreme Court decisions entirely unscathed.
Simply put, election officials cannot boost confidence in our elections without the proper resources.
As the final decisions of the term dropped, it was clear this Court is as extreme as ever.
Last month, Minnesota brought the U.S. one step closer to reforming the Electoral College and ushering in a national popular vote for president.
Organizations like ours will keep building power with Black and brown folks in rural areas, but we can’t be the only ones.