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When Prosecuting Attorneys Push Back, We Bring Out the Facts

St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch isn’t telling voters the whole truth when it comes to cash bail.

By Sara Baker
August 6, 2018

In Louisiana, You Can Be Convicted by a Hung Jury

Non-unanimous jury convictions are a noxious relic of Jim Crow that have led to deep racial disparities in the state’s prison population.

By Alanah Odoms Hebert
August 6, 2018

A Sanctuary Law That Protects Black and Brown Oregonians Is Under Attack

A ballot initiative seeks to get rid of the state’s sanctuary law, which has protected Oregonians from racial profiling for more than 30 years.

By Tanushree Bansal
August 3, 2018

Michigan Is One Step Closer to Improving Its Archaic Voting System

A coalition, including the ACLU, is ready to put an amendment on the November ballot to reform the state's voting system.

By Todd Cook
July 12, 2018

Montana Joins the List of States that Have Rejected Anti-Trans Discrimination

An anti-trans campaign in Montana has failed to gain enough signatures to appear on the ballot this November.

By Liz Welch
July 5, 2018

In Oklahoma, A Bipartisan March Toward Criminal Justice Reform

Oklahoma has the top rate of incarceration in the country. Voters there are ready for a change.

By Nicole McAfee
June 28, 2018

Arizona Voters Deserve to Know Joe Arpaio’s True Record of Brutality and Abuse

Arpaio’s history of racial profiling, hostility towards immigrants, and extreme disregard for civil rights cannot be ignored.

By Brian Tashman
June 27, 2018

Maine Passes ‘People's Veto’ to Overturn Legislature and Preserve Popular New Voting System

With ranked-choice voting, election outcomes will better reflect the sentiments of voters.

By Bobby Hoffman
June 15, 2018

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