When Will Their Sentences End?
If incarceration is part of paying a debt to society, for America’s 6.1 million people with felony convictions, disenfranchisement can mean that the debt is never fully paid.
The Times They Are A Changin'
Come gather ‘round people, wherever you roam, and admit that the waters, around you have grown — Bob Dylan (1964)
Beauty [and the Beast of Uncertainty]
My stylist and your barber need to keep their lights on and roofs over their head just like you and me.
A large and growing body of evidence shows that Medicaid expansion has produced large gains in health coverage and improved beneficiaries’ physical and financial health.
Saying Thank You
It has been 46 years since Justice Blackmun wrote for the majority of Supreme Court justices in Roe v. Wade
Life Is A Highway
There have been 67 bills introduced in 25 states related to automatic voter registration
Maryland Considers Permanent Absentee Ballots
SB 333 & HB 119 would allow Marylanders to vote absentee without having to re-register
“Thoughts and Prayers” Ain’t Kevlar
A roundup of gun legislation around the country and how you can take action now
Unequal Protection Under the Law
Florida’s anti-discrimination policy discriminates against LGBTQ Floridians