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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

Progress Is Occurring on Prosecutorial Reform, Despite Tuesday’s Setbacks in California

The prosecutorial reform movement led to more contested district attorney races and a more educated public.

By Taylor Pendergrass
June 7, 2018

Congress Let an Important Disability Rights Program Expire — Now People Are Trapped In Institutions

Without the Money Follows the Person program, people with disabilities are deprived of their independence.

By Vania Leveille, Ari Ne’eman
February 2, 2018

Congress Is Pushing Vouchers in the Tax Bill. That Won't Help Students With Disabilities

By advancing vouchers through tax policy, Congress will hinder equal educational opportunity for students with disabilities.

By Mike Garvey
December 8, 2017

Delivering a Message (Actually, Hundreds of Thousands of Messages) About Birth Control to the Trump Administration

People around the country are opposing new rules that let employers to take away contraceptive coverage.

By Georgeanne M. Usova
December 7, 2017

Can Congress Fix the Shoddy Way It Handles Sexual Harassment?

The ME TOO Congress Act lays a strong foundation for combating sexual harassment and discrimination on the Hill.

By Vania Leveille
December 7, 2017

President Trump Has Nominated a Bigot to Be a Federal Judge

The Senate Judicial Committee has a duty to take a closer look at Trump’s judicial pick, Brett Talley.

By Manar Waheed
December 1, 2017

Congress Takes an Important but Small Step to Prevent Sexual Harassment on the Hill

Mandatory sexual harassment training alone isn’t enough to change workplace culture on the Hill.

By Vania Leveille
December 1, 2017

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