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.
Voters already have to swear, on penalty of perjury, that they are citizens when registering.
Two big wins at the Court yesterday. Are more on the way?
Another unarguably good idea set to die in a Republican-controlled legislature.
Another incremental step in the right direction for a state with a history of making it hard for felons to vote.
When the GOP’s aversion to academia is used for political ends.