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Lloyd Leonard

On Tuesday morning, the Supreme Court heard what we hope will be the historic case of Gill v. Whitford. Why historic? Because the case represents the last chance, probably for decades, for the Court to rule that excessive partisan gerrymandering violates the Constitution.

The next Supreme Court nominee, whom President Trump will nominate this week, will play a major role in the course for American democracy over the coming decades.  That may seem like an exaggeratio

Online voter registration is taking hold across the country. But there is a fundamental problem. Virtually every system adopted leaves out a significant and important part of the population – citizens who don’t have a driver’s license or non-driver’s ID.

The National Voter Registration Act requires public assistance agencies to provide voter registration opportunities to applicants, and the Health Benefit Exchanges are public assistance agencies.

After months of calling on the President to move forward with life-saving measures to protect our children, our nation and the world from the damaging effects of climate change, I was proud to stand by while he announced his plan to cut carbon pollution.