Under pressure from civil rights groups, some of Georgia’s largest corporations and supporters in the Capitol are enacting new voter restrictions.
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South Dakota also passed broad legal provisions last week to protect info on politically active nonprofit bodies and their donors.
New York City’s Campaign Finance Board recently awarded an unprecedented $37 million in matching funds to candidates for public office.
The lack of access to sufficient funding from their parties and external networks is a major obstacle to women participation in politics.
Former Philip Morris exec is behind a new centrist party, the Serve American Movement, bankrolling the party almost single-handedly.
How do we ensure that the President does not abuse pardon power? An opinion piece in Brennan Centre for Justice revisits this question.
A bipartisan legislation seeks to overhaul the dysfunctional Federal Election Commission (FEC) and to ensure its effectiveness.
The rise of extremism in American politics is why political reform must seek to marginalize, to the extent possible, these destabilizing forces.
“Capitol riot presents unique risks for corporate financial supporters for members of Congress who backed…Trump’s position on Jan. 6”.
JP Morgan wants the Securities and Exchange Commission to help it keep political spending information from activist investors.