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Wealthier, Urban Americans Have Access To More Local News—While Roughly Half Of US Counties Have Only One Outlet Or Less
More Than 78 ‘Friends’ Of The Supreme Court Offer Advice On The 14th Amendment And Trump’s Eligibility
Trump’s Control Of the Republican Party Is Bad For Democracy
A second Trump presidency will damage American democracy. The reason has less to do with Trump and his ambitions than with how power dynamics have shifted within the Republican Party.
As Right-Wingers Stoke Moral Panic About Trans Youth, School Boards Confront A Democratic Dilemma
In these battles over protecting the safety and rights of transgender kids, we’re confronted with the politics of questions that shouldn’t be political.
Michigan Selects Its Legislative Redistricting Commissioners The Way The Ancient Athenians Did
The Michigan experiment marks a departure from how redistricting has usually been done.