They’re taking their eye off the ball.
They’re taking their eye off the ball.
The apparently eminent demise of abortion rights has reignited an old debate.
Once again, today marks a day where folks who would never have supported Dr. King decide they should praise him
The longtime Senator and Vice Presidential and Presidential nominee is gone at 98.
Any “fair” drawing of districts will yield a GOP advantage over time.
All the major outlets are finally acknowledging the obvious.
A defensible distinction could give way to a Constitutional crisis.
The evidence is clear. Injustice feeds rage and rage sometimes boils over.
The legal and political showdown between Congress and the White House has entered into a new stage.
Republican Bill Lee is coming under fire for continuing an annual tradition.
After a year of fighting, the Administration has given up on its effort to get a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
The Trump Administration has informed Federal District Court Judges in Maryland and New York that it intends to still try to justify putting a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
A day after appearing to have conceded the issue, the Trump Administration says it is still looking for a way to include a citizenship question on the ballot.
In the wake of an adverse Supreme Court ruling, the Trump Administration has decided not to include a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
The Trump Administration has officially conceded to the rule of law.
In a clear defeat for the Trump Administration, the Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling that the Federal Government could not ask about citizenship on the 2020 Census.
In a significant setback for challenges to partisan gerrymandering, the Supreme Court has effectively ruled that Federal Courts do not have jurisdiction to hear challenges to redistricting based on partisan motivations.
Democrats clashed, to some degree, in last night’s inaugural debate of the 2020 season but they clearly agreed far more than they disagreed.
Starting tomorrow, we should be getting some headline-grabbing opinions from the Supreme Court.
Kamala Harris is trying to jump-start her Presidential campaign with an idea for a new law, but it’s probably unconstitutional and would never get through Congress.
A panel of three Federal Judges has found Ohio’s Congressional District map to be unconstitutional, but a case currently pending before the Supreme Court could mute the impact of this decision.
The Supreme Court’s conservative majority appears poised to uphold the inclusion of a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
So far, Beto O’Rourke’s campaign has been far more about image than substance.
A second Federal Judge has found that the Commerce Department violated the law when it moved to put a question about citizenship on the 2020 Census form.
The Supreme Court will hear a case dealing with a challenge to the Commerce Department’s decision to put a question about citizenship on the 2020 Census.
The longest-serving member of Congress in American history has passed away at the age of 92.
A Federal Judge has blocked the Trump Administration from going forward with a plan to put a question about citizenship on the 2020 Census.
Care to guess the demographic makeup of the county?
The Supreme Court has largely rejected a challenge to state and Federal redistricting maps in the State of Texas.
With two more weeks to go, there are plenty of “big” cases still awaiting the release of a decision.
With one month to go in its term, there’s still a lot on the Supreme Court’s plate.
A Federal Appeals Court has reversed a lower court ruling that struck down Texas’s Voter ID law as discriminatory against minority voters.
The Supreme Court heard oral argument yesterday in a case alleging that Texas’s Congressional and state legislative districts were drawn with the intent to discriminate based on race.
Yet more troubling news about the proposed citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
New York and nearly two dozen other jurisdictions have filed a lawsuit seeking to bar the Trump Administration from asking about citizenship in the 2020 Census.
California has pushed back quickly against the Trump Administration’s decision to include a question regarding citizenship in the 2020 Census.
Critics warn this move would lead to a drastic undercount of Hispanic voters, impacting Congressional districting, federal programs, and more.