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Up Front

Liberals are counting on population trends to doom 
Republicans to a long-term minority. They shouldn’t. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

Like many congressional races around the country, Montana’s Senate contest is being defined by previously unthinkable levels of outside spending. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

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Eric Palma

With right-wing fears rising over the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy, Republican state legislators want to 
create their own currencies. Read more

Economic Policy

Even in the Age of Obama, serious impediments remain for the most ambitious black politicians. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

As states slash education budgets, private foundations have picked up the slack—and pushed some controversial reforms. Read more

Education in America

Republicans in South Carolina want to vote for an archconservative. But can they agree on one? Read more

Money, Politics and Power

How a radical anti-abortion movement matured Read more

Health and Social Policy

The Prospect talks to Bob Hall, the executive director of Democracy North Carolina. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

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Data Sources: National Conference of State Legislatures; Brennan Center for Justice; and Lawyers' Committee for Civil Liberties Under Law

Dominating many state legislatures, Republicans have launched a full-on assault on voting rights. Read more

Money, Politics and Power