GOP Strategist Wanted Citizenship Question on the 2020 Census to Benefit White People
He conducted a 2015 study that found adding the question "would be advantageous to Republicans and Non-Hispanic Whites.”
Neighborhood Tries to Secede from City In Order to Get a Cheesecake Factory, Fails
The effort to split Eagle's Landing, Georgia off from the city of Stockbridge started in 2016, after the Cheesecake Factory opted not to open a location there.
Your State Could Remove Your Right to Vote Because You're Bad at Checking the Mail
The Supreme Court and states across the country are about to decide whether to strip registered voters of their right to participate on election day.
An Ex-Cop Is Suing Over Racial Bias in Voting in Ferguson Schools
Plaintiffs say the voting system for the school districts of the city where the police killing of a black teen sparked protests locks out African-Americans.
Here's What You Can Expect in The Next Action-Packed Supreme Court Term
The justices will hear cases dealing with equal opportunity laws in public universities, restrictions on abortion clinics, whether voting districts should be made up of the overall population or the voting population, and union fees.