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Black and Latino voters have been shortchanged in redistricting, advocates and some judges say
• January 25, 2022 4:50 PM
New congressional maps are completed in more than half the country, and so far Democrats have been spared the redistricting losses they endured a decade ago, a small mercy for their efforts to cling to their fragile House majority.
House Democratic Report Documents Discriminatory Voting Cases
• August 06, 2021 1:42 PM
House Democrats took another step toward considering a key voting rights bill by releasing a report documenting dozens of discriminatory election practices.
Voting Rights Standoff Stalls Trump-Inspired Ethics Measures
• April 24, 2021 1:15 PM
After Donald J. Trump lost the election and was impeached for his role in the Capitol riot, democracy preservation groups pointed with urgency to what they called a last, best chance to address the holes in the Constitution exposed by his presidency.