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Campaign finance laws continue to empower corporations and the super-rich, making it difficult for the rest of the country to make their voices heard.
Dark money and special interests do not need extra loopholes to undermine democracy. The League is committed to protecting our disclosure laws and preserving the ethics and accountability of our…
Voters have an interest in knowing where politicians and organizations are getting their money and how that money is being spent. To that end, dark-money and wealthy special interest groups do not…
On the week that marks the eighth anniversary of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, SCOTUS has decided to overrule the wrongful termination of this crucial program.
Throughout 2019 the League defended democracy in the courts on issues relating to voting rights, redistricting, money in politics, and improving elections.
On November 12, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a trio of cases suing the administration over its decision to end DACA.
The League of Women Voters celebrated the record number of women serving in the House and Senate this year with a reception for the female members of Congress.
U.S. House leadership unveiled a democracy reform bill, HR1 (the For the People Act), that will make elections fairer and put power back in the hands of the American people.
Activists are arranging in-person meetings with incoming members of the 116th House of Representatives and dropping in to have conversations with staff members on the need for HR 1, the first bill…
Monday morning, the Center for American Progress hosted a panel discussion examining pro-voter and anti-corruption strategies to make government work more effectively for American democracy.