Legislative backlash against election officials poses serious implications for democracy.
Republican states with major democratic metropolitan centers forestall local efforts to reform election law.
Democrats should accept voter ID in exchange for Republican support of national voting standards.
Some state lawmakers aim to give elected officials control over election administration and outcomes.
The Supreme Court’s decision in Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee signals a new era of restrictive voting laws.
More financial assistance and fewer anti-eviction mandates may better shelter both renters and landlords.
A proposed rule may expand platform workers’ compensation options but not their access to other benefits.
Climate-related risks pose financial stability concerns for the Federal Reserve and European Central Bank.
Policymakers should address the constant turnover of products which leads to mass consumerism.
The pandemic highlighted the importance of food security and what policymakers should do to strengthen it.
A novel trade enforcement tool creates an expedited process to protect labor rights.
Anti-mask rhetoric in K-12 schools demonstrates how public insults can limit the effectiveness of civil rights law.