Lower courts make many times more decisions every year than the Supreme Court, and these have immense effects on state residents. Douglas Keith, Counsel at The Brennan Center for Justice, talks to Jan about a recent study analyzing the millions of dollars of “dark money” going into these state-wide elections, who benefits, and what can […]
Thomas Wolfe, counsel at The Brennan Center, talks about the upcoming 2020 U.S. census, a contested (and probably illegal) question being proposed to be added by the Trump administration, the effects of a flawed census on communities, and updates on current gerrymander redistricting litigation.
Jan speaks with Elizabeth Gotein, Co-Director of the Liberty & National Security Project at The Brennan Center, about recent lawsuits against warrantless searches of telephone records of U.S. citizens.
Douglas Keith, Counsel with The Brennan Center, talks about his investigations as to the groups who are spending millions of dollars trying to influence appointments to U.S. courts, from the Supreme Court to local courts.
A bill introduced by Sens. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., and Tim Kaine, D-Va., would give the president a virtual blank check to expand the current war against various terrorist groups to new enemies and new locations of the president’s choosing — according to NYU Brennan Center’s attorney Elizabeth Gotein. She talks with Jan Miaysaki about the […]
Ian Vandewalker from the Brennan Center for Justice discusses how some evidence of political contributions have come to light via bankruptcy disclosures. He specifically brings up a case involving Alpha Natural Resources coal company’s involvement with Senator Mitch McConnell, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, ALEC and others.