People of color generated 95 percent of Texas’ growth last decade—but Republicans want to gerrymander the map so it doesn’t have a single new Latino-majority district.
The state's Supreme Court gave its approval to a GOP plan to arrest Democratic lawmakers in order to force them back to the chamber to vote.
“This is our season of escalation.”
Don Jr. is having a banner week on racism.
Civil rights groups are furious that Biden still won't call for the Senate to end the filibuster—even to stop what he called a “21st century Jim Crow assault.”
The 59 Texas Democrats fled to D.C. to push the feds to stop GOP efforts to restrict voting access.
In a 6-3 decision, the U.S.'s highest court upheld two restrictive Arizona voting laws—and paved the way for other Republican voting restriction laws to survive legal challenges.
But the party still wants to slash voting access, just in case.
Over 5 million Americans have lost their right to vote because they've served time in prison.
But there are reasons to think this beef may be overblown.
They’re pushing the “election integrity” law even though they admit there weren’t major problems in 2020.
It’s one ludicrous provision in an expansive voter reform bill just rushed through to the governor's desk.