As if denying ex-felons voting rights wasn’t bad enough, Iowa’s policy is self-contradictory and legally murky.
Yet another reason why we need a constitutional right to vote.
The bill, modeled after Oregon’s new law, is good. But it could do more.
One Republican does not final passage make, but voting rights advocates will take it.
Not one to be messed with, Texas is challenging what little is left of the Voting Rights Act.
The Voting Rights Act of 1964 doesn’t fully apply to Native Americans. This bill would change that.
On the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, voting rights have become a uniformly partisan issue.
The limited basis on which the law was struck down shows the need for an affirmative constitutional right to vote.
Great news for voting rights and criminal justice reform advocates.
An affirmative right to vote would be a major change in the legal framework surrounding our elections.
Undocumented immigrants with a stake in American society deserve a say.
Missouri’s Supreme Court ruled photo ID requirements unconstitutional in 2006.
An argument by association isn’t a valid argument. It’s a dodge.