Michigan is facing two initiatives that advance the privatization of public education. It’s an attack on public schools and on democracy.
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Three Supreme Court justices issued statements on Wednesday in response to an NPR story about relations between them.
Axios has learned that President Biden intends to appoint election law attorney Dara Lindenbaum to the FEC.
Google reported 27% higher U.S. lobbying expenditures for 2021 compared to 2020, spending up to $9.6 million for the year.
FEC v. Ted Cruz for Senate, a case that the Supreme Court will hear next Wednesday, reads more like a paranoid leftist fantasy.
Seattle’s novel way to level the playing field for candidates and voters called democracy vouchers could work in cities like Atlanta.
Senator Jon Ossoff’s proposal to bar federal legislators and their family members from buying individual stocks deserves bipartisan support.
72% of business leaders say they are concerned that U.S. democracy is under threat, that is according to recent Morning Consult poll.
Corporate bodies are reneging on the promise not to fund those Republicans who backed the January 6, 2021, assault on democracy.
A new poll finds that most voters would prefer that lawmakers should be banned from certain lucrative activities like stock trading.