More than 4,000 North Carolina voters had their voter registration canceled in recent weeks after a handful of Republican activists filed coordinated challenges against them.
All through the fall, hopeful marijuana trimmers have poured into California’s Emerald Triangle for coveted jobs. If they haven’t read our investigation, they may not know about the dangers they face. But is anyone doing anything about it?
Despite years of urgent warnings from computer scientists and condemnation from the federal government, more than 30 states will allow some form of internet voting. Thousands of votes will stream in through insecure portals.
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Across the country, thousands of people with appointed guardians routinely lose the right to vote under state laws. Some say the laws prevent voter manipulation and fraud. But advocates say they are built on flawed assumptions about the abilities of disabled people.
On Nov. 8, New Mexicans will vote on a constitutional amendment to overhaul the use of money bail in the state.
A lawsuit has been delayed numerous times, including two rounds of settlement talks. It has dragged on for eight years.
Three advocacy organizations took aim at one of the mainstays of Los Angeles’ war on gangs, filing a class action suit against the city’s gang injunction program.
Not long after the election, Congress is expected to tussle over an amendment that would allow religious organizations receiving federal dollars to discriminate against workers based on their beliefs.
The Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office, a small agency of about 65 sworn officers, was able to pull off a complex investigation into abuse and trafficking on a marijuana farm.
McDonald’s restaurants already have a history of being sued by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for sexual harassment, according to a review of federal cases by Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting.