An emerging consensus of the twenty-seven Michigan state house, state senate, and congressional districts about unconstitutional partisan gerrymanders.
Supreme Court articles on Democracy Chronicles
The Supreme Court is the highest court in the US and has ultimate appellate jurisdiction over all federal courts and over state court cases involving issues of federal law. Also see our articles on Antonin Scalia and also on the Supreme Court case known as Citizens United.
Supreme Court will take up Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross’ controversial decision to collect citizenship status of everyone in country in the 2020 census.
Since its inception, the Roberts Court has acquiesced in—and at times even abetted—the attempts of many states to make it harder for Americans to vote.
A U.S. House of Representatives committee has voted to issue subpoenas to Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.
What will happen in the 2020 redistricting cycle if the Supreme Court follows the advice of the defendants in the Maryland and North Carolina cases?
U.S. Senator Tom Udall and others led a group of Senate and House Democrats in re-introducing the Native American Voting Rights Act.
Fight against partisan gerrymandering in Supreme court of North Carolina’s 2016 congressional districting map and Maryland’s 2011 congressional map.
In looking for sense in the modern world, we must not overlook the fact that, whatever the judicial rationale supporting the decision that corporations are persons, corporations are not human.
Federal court to review its 2010 ruling which created super PACs, in case led by Members of Congress seeking to end super PAC spending in US elections.
Kavanaugh’s nomination was a debate about power not just about Kavanaugh’s, but also about whose interests are being served on our nation’s highest court.