The Gamut

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Minnesota City’s Ordinance Illegally Targets People of Color in Rental Housing

The city of Faribault created a “crime-free housing program” for rental properties even though crime rates remained the same.

By Rachel Goodman
June 13, 2018

One Woman Who Knew Her Rights Forced Border Patrol Off a Greyhound Bus

How a single voice of courage may have stopped an illegal Border Patrol raid.

By Mitra Ebadolahi
June 13, 2018

North Carolina Bill Would Make Prescription Records Available to Police Without a Warrant

Violating people’s privacy rights is no way to combat the opioid epidemic.

By Sarah Gillooly
June 12, 2018

ICE’s Military-Style Raid Leaves Immigrant Communities Terrorized

The brutal raid has turned a vibrant community into a ghost town.

By Veronica Isabel Dahlberg
June 12, 2018

Despite Supreme Court Ruling, Voting Is Still Not a ‘Use It or Lose It’ Right

The 5-4 ruling is a setback for voting rights, but it’s not a signal for states to purge as they wish.

By Sophia Lin Lakin
June 11, 2018

Police in Tennessee Legally Steal a Veteran’s Car Because of His Son’s Alleged Misdeeds

Last September, police woke up Lewis Cain at his house without a warrant and drove away with his car.

By Lindsay Kee
June 11, 2018

How the Justice Department's Seizure of a Reporter's Email Records Subverts the Free Press

The DOJ may have violated its own policies in seizing the email and phone records of a New York Times reporter.

By Josh Bell
June 8, 2018

Senators Corker and Kaine Want to Give President Trump the Authority to Wage Worldwide War

Sens. Corker and Kaine’s new AUMF would cede Congress’ constitutional duty to declare war to the executive branch.

By Christopher Anders
June 8, 2018

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