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By Tom Davies, Christina A. Cassidy, Mead Gruver, Associated Press
The Supreme Court will hear two cases this week — Creative v. Elenis and Moore v. Harper — that have the potential to reshape anti-discrimination laws and the future of federal elections nationwide. John Yang joins Geoff Bennett to discuss.
As Americans begin to cast ballots in the midterms, voters who struggle to read will confront an election system that relies on literacy. Experts estimate that roughly one in five Americans, including those with disabilities and those who have not…
By Laura Barrón-López, Ian Couzens
In our news wrap Saturday, Russia has said international inspectors will be allowed into the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, Islamic militants stormed a hotel in Somalia's capital in a deadly terror attack, the Supreme Court sided with Black voters in a…
A federal judge has struck down portions of a Florida election law passed last year, citing what he said were subtle tactics by the Republican-led government to suppress Black voters.
By Brendan Farrington, Associated Press
By Brian Slodysko, Associated Press
For the third time this year, Senate Democrats tried to pass sweeping elections legislation that they tout as a powerful counterweight to new voting restrictions in the states.
By Bobby Caina Calvan, Associated Press
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a sweeping elections bill into law Thursday that he and other Republicans said would place guardrails against fraud, even as they acknowledged there were no serious signs of voting irregularities last November.
By Chloe Jones
The Brennan Center, an independent nonpartisan law and policy organization in New York, found that more than 253 restrictive voting bills had been introduced in legislatures across 43 states just this year through Feb. 23 — up from 35 bills…
U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman told reporters Thursday that businessmen Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman were about to board an international fight from Virginia with one-way tickets when they were detained at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
In two much-anticipated decisions, the Supreme Court struck down Vermont's stringent campaign finance limits while ruling that the Kansas Supreme Court had improperly ruled the state's death penalty law unconstitutional.
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