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NEW RELEASE: Money in Politics Field Scan
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The Fight to Vote: An Exclusive FCCP Interview with Author Michael Waldman
A Win for the Environment, A Win for Democracy: The Case for Collaboration
Voting rights: Fears of the 'largest rollback of American democracy since the end of Reconstruction'
Legal Guidelines For Funding Nonpartisan Civic Engagement
Money in Politics Field Scan
Environmental Success Through Democracy Reform: A Grantmakers' Win-Win Toolkit
Final Reports from the Funders Census Initiative
News Roundup on SCOTUS McCutcheon Decision
If Section 5 Falls: New Voting Implications
Federal appeals court to hear Kansas, Arizona voting rights case
Judge Reinstates Some Federal Oversight of Voting Practices for an Alabama City
A rising tide of dark money
Poll: Americans Support Fine-Tuning Election Policy
Washington state upgrades voter registration program
Nonprofit Vote Report: America Goes To The Polls 2012
Against a "Post-Racial" Voting Rights Act
Felon voting rights have a bigger impact on elections than voter ID laws
U.S. Asks Court to Limit Texas on Ballot Rules
Voting Rights Act: Southern states vow quick action on election laws after Supreme Court ruling
The Future of Voting Rights
Supreme Court Strikes Down Key Provision Of Voting Rights Law
New Report Examines California's Citizens Redistricting Commission Process
Voting rights: Fears of the 'largest rollback of American democracy since the end of Reconstruction'
North Carolina NAACP Protest: 140 Arrested During Demonstration
Strategic Ignorance and the Census
CGS REPORT: Loopholes, Tricks And End Runs: Evasions Of Campaign Finance Laws, And A Model Law To Block Them
REPORT: Diverse, Disillusioned, and Divided; Millenial Values and Voter Engagement in the 2012 Election
REPORT: Segregating American Citizenship: Latino Voter Disenfranchisement in 2012

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