Supreme Court Refuses to Restore Restrictive NC Voting Law
May 15, 2017
Greater access to voting in North Carolina has been restored! The U.S. Supreme Court declined today to hear an appeal of a lower court ruling that a North Carolina voting law passed in 2013 is unconstitutional and discriminates against African-Americans.
Starting a Bogus Investigation, Strangling a Real One
May 11, 2017
To get a sense of the Neverland President Trump and his administration are creating in Washington, consider what’s happening today at the White House.
Trendsetting States Setting a Bad Example
April 24, 2017
Iowa and New Hampshire set the trends for presidential elections.Let’s hope that their influence does not extend to election laws.
Blue Is the New Black
March 30, 2017
Most Americans are familiar with the grainy images of our nation’s Civil Rights struggles. But behind the pictures of Rosa Parks on the bus and lunch counter sit-ins was something more profound than a seat on a bus or at a restaurant.
House Committee Moves to Shut Election Assistance Agency, End Public Financing of Presidential Campaigns
February 8, 2017
A House committee has voted to shut down the Election Assistance Commission and end public financing of presidential campaigns