Campaign Legal Center
Senior counsel with the Campaign Legal Center
By a vote of five to four, the US Supreme Court has taken another swipe at 40-year-old Watergate Era reforms designed to restrain the power of money in politics.
Apr. 4, 2014from To the Point
For months, the Tea Party movement has dominated political news but, with a few exceptions, its candidates have not done very well.
Aug. 4, 2010from Which Way, L.A.?
The Tea Party movement has made political headlines, but the big news in this year's congressional races will be money.
Aug. 4, 2010from To the Point
Josh Barro and Ken White talk about the government’s effort to stop publication of John Bolton’s book.
Jun. 17from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
Statues of slave traders and Confederate leaders are being toppled or defaced during protests following the killing of George Floyd.
Jun. 25from Design and Architecture
Josh Barro and Ken White talk about Attorney General Bill Barr firing the top federal prosecutor in New York and a surprise order on the Michael Flynn case.
Jun. 24from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
Many camps decided not to reopen this summer. Some are going all virtual, while others are going bankrupt.
Jun. 29from Greater LA
Media outlets in Los Angeles are re-examining their hiring practices, diversity and inclusion efforts, and pay disparities.
Jun. 16from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The Supreme Court rejected the Trump administration’s challenge to DACA, the Obama-era executive order that allowed the children of undocumented immigrants to remain in the country and…
Jun. 18from Greater LA
Dominique Fung’s paintings unpack her understanding of her own cultural identity. Paul Sepuya’s photographs bring emotions to disembodied digital communication.
Jun. 23from Arts & Culture Stories
“We can’t act like nothing happened.” The service was a moment for his friends and family to remember him. But they also demanded answers from authorities.
Jul. 1from KCRW Features
If the federal government won’t fix the U-S Constitution, California ought to write its own.
Jul. 2from Zócalo's Connecting California