Kristen Clarke

Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights under Law

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Kristen Clarke is president and executive director of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights under Law, a nonprofit organization in Washington that focuses on voting rights law.

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Trump is enjoying a modern presidential record for getting his federal appellate court nominees confirmed, and the conservative Federalist Society appears to have an outsized role in…

With the help of conservative groups, Trump remakes the courts

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In the past 10 days, federal courts have issued major decisions against Republican-backed restrictions designed to curb so-called "voter fraud" in Texas, Wisconsin, Michigan, Kansas,…

Courts strike down restrictive voter laws in two states

In the past 10 days, federal courts have issued major decisions against Republican-backed restrictions designed to curb so-called "voter fraud" in Texas, Wisconsin, Michigan, Kansas,…

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