Dorothy Samuels & Alicia Bannon
Unlimited, undisclosed spending is playing an ever-greater role in state supreme court races, undermining the fairness of the courts and putting judges at risk of conflicts of interest.
They’re not libertarians on climate change or college costs, and voting for Johnson only helps someone they like even less—Trump.
In more and more sectors, companies are pining to make human labor obsolete. What can be done?
Rachel M. Cohen
A landmark report notes the toll that private enterprises, including charter schools, take on the public’s control over the institutions it funds.
Federal courts have overturned several state voting restrictions, but the struggle continues on the ground.