Brennan Center for Justice
Manhasset forum to weigh campaign finance
Schimel (D-Great Neck) along with a representative from the New York State League of Women Voters and the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of law.The forum will include presentations, a panel discussion, and questions from the audience, and will focus Read more »
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Liberal groups attack state anti-Sharia statutes
in at least 32 states have introduced or discussed such laws in the last two years, according the report released by the Brennan Center for Justice and the Center for American Progress (CAP). Oklahoma, Kansas, Louisiana, Tennessee and Arizona have already from Washington Times Blogs Read more »
States Enacting Foreign Law Bans Driven by Anti-Muslim Sentiment Will Face Legal and Practical Problems
the Brennan Center for Justice and the Center for American Progress released a report highlighting the unintended consequences of foreign law bans. Fueled by a growing tide of anti-Muslim sentiment, these bans have gained momentum in recent months, morphing from Humanitarian News Read more »
Brennan Center Expresses Approval of the Substantial Baisis Investigation Report
Brennan Center for Justice expresses its approval of today’s release by New York State Legislative Ethics Commission (LEC) of the Substantial Basis Investigation Report that was unanimously approved by the Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) in February. from ReformNY Read more »
Corporate Cowards Divert Shareholder Funds into 'Dark Money'
Brennan Center for Justice)If corporations are people, as the Supreme Court pretends, they certainly are loudmouths, constantly telling us how great they are and spreading their names everywhere. This site has no copyright on the published material. All content from Humanitarian News Read more »
Will Andrew Cuomo Go the Distance on Post-Citizens United Campaign Reform?
coalition pushing for political money reform in New York State is led by Citizen Action of New York, the Brennan Center for Justice, Common Cause New York, the Working Families Party, and a handful of labor unions. They have the support of dozens more progressive from Mother Jones Read more »