The reversal of the 1984 Chevron decision disempowers agencies at a time when the country faces urgent technological and ...
Daniel Weiner, director of the Brennan Center’s Elections and Government Program, breaks down the evolving state of money in ...
The Kohlberg Center on the U.S. Supreme Court will invest over the long term in research, public education, and policy ...
Just over half of election officials who serve in these counties have been harassed or abused, compared to 36 percent of all ...
Cannon and Vance are complicated personalities, but the great contest underway in this country is not about individual judges ...
While the Supreme Court’s recent blockbuster decisions have captured the public’s attention, we should not lose sight of last week’s 6–3 decision in Snyder v. United States, which dramatically narrows ...
Congress must reform the Insurrection Act to be more clear and more narrow, and it should never be a license to declare ...
Since the 2020 presidential election, false claims about the accuracy of the results have spurred a movement to challenge the eligibility of large numbers of voters. This resource explains the federal ...