Two counties under scrutiny
The DOJ’s challenge to Texas’s voter ID law is an outrage.
‘All I’m doing is I’m giving you facts and numbers, OK? I’m not getting mad’
All 50 states are entitled to equal dignity and sovereignty.
The Supreme Court’s decision in Shelby County v. Holder should be cause for celebration.
The federal government shouldn’t impose restrictions on states in 2013 based on conditions in 1972.
‘I am deeply disappointed with the Supreme Court’s decision today’
‘This is disappointing, but the fight is not over’
The Supreme Court is set to rule on voting rights, gay marriage and affirmative action.
Jurist called Voting Rights Act reauthorization ‘perpetuation of racial entitlement’
Court in 2009: 1965 law presents ‘serious constitutional challenges’
Why Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act is both unconstitutional and unnecessary.
DOJ: ‘Elimination of party affiliation on the ballot will likely reduce the ability of blacks to elect candidates of choice’
Federal Voting Rights Act requires 1 in 18 jurisdictions to provide bilingual material
Selective Justice - TheDC
Critics contend Assistant AG Loretta King guided more by racial politics than the law
The DOJ’s refusal to prosecute the New Black Panthers is emblematic of the department’s politicization.
Justice, you got served - TheDC
Whistleblower Chris Coates defies orders, testifies against the Justice Dept. in Black Panther case
John Lewis made the pitch to the party’s faithful through an email marking the 45th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act
Some speculate that DOJ reassigned Christopher Coates to Charleston in retaliation for prosecution of voting rights violations against black defendants
According to a former DOJ lawyer, he and his colleagues were instructed to steer clear of pursuing voting violations if they could affect minority votes