Legislative Archives

Exposed: the Dubious Trump Appointee Secretly Behind Push to Add Controversial Census Question

March 12, 2018

By Justin Elliott, Propublica. In December, the Department of Justice requested that the Census Bureau add a question to the 2020 survey that would ask respondents to reveal whether or not they are U.S. citizens. Since ProPublica first reported the DOJ’s…

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EXPERTS: It’s Not Your Imagination: Republicans Really Are Killing Democracy

December 23, 2016

After Its Legislative Coup, North Carolina Is No Longer A Democracy A new report says North Carolina is no longer a democracy, because the Republican party destroyed it. The Electoral Integrity Project‘s Andrew Reynolds wrote in The News & Observer…

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How Much Power Does The President Have? You’d Be Surprised

February 15, 2016

The president’s executive powers. With the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia, there has begun a debate over how much power the President has over our national affairs. The Constitution is clear: The President and the President alone may appoint a Supreme Court justice,…

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