CLC’s letters advise how executive agencies in the Biden administration, with best practice recommendations, can promote and facilitate the right to vote.
It is unacceptable that our ability to vote can vary widely and inequitably depending on what we look like or where we live.
Lang's testimony emphasized the barriers to voting that states have instated and the need for legislation protecting Americans' freedom to vote.
CLC's lawsuit ensured permanent changes helping voters participate were made to New York's election rules.
Former President Trump and his allies have told lies about the 2020 elections, so here is the truth about what happened.
Georgia's new law silences voters by limiting core political speech protected by the First Amendment.
CLC is representing two nonpartisan nonprofits in a lawsuit against a Kansas law limiting the distribution of mail ballot applications.
Debra Cleaver, the founder and CEO of VoteAmerica, discusses how CLC and VoteAmerica will protect voters from state bills restricting their freedom to vote.
States' anti-voter bills threaten to exacerbate the barriers to voting that many Americans with disabilities already encounter.
The new law, S.B. 1485, erects unnecessary barriers to voting and wrongfully removes Arizonans from the state's early voting list.
S.B. 7 prohibits local efforts to expand voting access, silencing Texans in the process.
The new and comprehensive anti-voter law, S.B. 90, attacks vote-by-mail and voter registration in the state of Florida.
Smith's testimony detailed how the Supreme Court reached beyond its limits and conducted faulty fact-finding in multiple cases.
In his speech, President Biden should call for the passage of the For the People Act.
If passed, this legislation would provide a once-in-a-generation opportunity to move us closer to the ideal of an inclusive democracy.
Join us for a conversation about trends in state voting bills and their impact on voters.
CLC hosted an event to discuss the voting bills state legislatures are advancing and passing in 2021.
Many people looking to regain the right to vote do not have the information that they need.
Potter focused on the bipartisan nature of S. 1 in his testimony.