I have written this piece
for Slate. It begins:
On Monday, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in a pair of cases out of Texas and Florida that could force major social media platforms to carry posts from Donald Trump… Continue reading
Political operatives opposed to No Labels’ potential 2024 presidential ticket took over the NoLabels.com domain last year and purchased Google search ads aimed at spreading the misleading claim that the group supported former president Donald Trump
and other right-wing… Continue reading
From the introduction of Justice Dana Oxley’s opinion for the Court in Smith v. Iowa District Court for Polk County
In an effort to support its constitutional challenges to recent legislative changes to voting procedures, the League of Latin… Continue reading
Fearing that Democrats hold a crucial edge in ballots cast before Election Day, national Republicans are working to convince their voters to take advantage of mail and early voting this year.
“We can’t play catch up. We… Continue reading
As ELB readers know, Donald Trump’s federal district court trial in DC on election subversion charges, that was scheduled for March, has been put on hold as Trump has pursued an “interlocutory” appeal (that is, an appeal in the middle… Continue reading
The following is a guest post from Travis Crum
Earlier this week, the Supreme Court denied cert in Coalition for TJ v. Fairfax County School Board
, an important case about intentional discrimination and what facially neutral policies to… Continue reading
from Alan Greenblatt/CQ Researcher.
outside the paywall, is Walter Olson’s contribution to the pro/con debate on the site
Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers is asking the state Supreme Court to take up a motion to reconsider Wisconsin’s congressional maps after the state’s legislative boundaries were changed to weaken Republicans’ grip on the state Legislature.
Evers asked… Continue reading
A state appeals court ruled that a New York City law that would allow non-citizens to vote in local elections is unconstitutional — marking a win for the Republican elected officials who sued to block it.
“We determine that… Continue reading
My Pillow owner and right-wing conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell will have to pay $5 million because of a contest he initiated at one of his “cyber symposium” events after the 2020 election, a federal judge confirmed Wednesday.
Robert… Continue reading
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