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Abortion advocates aim to outflank lawmakers in 2024 using ballot measures | Analysis

BY: - November 26, 2022

The midterms showed the political potency of abortion ballot measures.

Black families are falling further behind on home ownership | Analysis

BY: - October 18, 2022

The Black-white disparity in homeownership is larger now than it was in 1960.

Homeless camping bans are spreading. This group shaped the bills

BY: - August 10, 2022

The Cicero Institute is pushing a model with residency limits, bans on permanent encampments, and penalties for cities that refuse to remove them.

Democrats, GOP lawmakers in Pa., elsewhere push back against partisan election reviews

BY: - September 9, 2021

Inspired by former President Donald Trump’s baseless accusation of widespread voter fraud, the inquiries are taking place in two states won by President Joe Biden. They come as the similarly partisan review wraps up in Arizona, where investigators chased conspiracy theories and accepted millions of dollars from Trump allies.

Rural and poor states depend on the Census the most, new report shows

BY: - February 11, 2020

West Virginia, Mississippi and Kentucky rely the most on census population counts for federal funding, according to a George Washington University study released Monday.