A new bill by Jim Sensenbrenner, John Conyers, and Patrick Leahy would restore some of the voting rights protections that the Supreme Court struck down last spring.
The Supreme Court says times have changed and a key provision of the Voting Rights Act is no longer valid. Here's what political science teaches us.
Gridlock doesn't mean nothing moves. It means that American policy ends up taking some unusual detours.
The Voting Rights Act can be repaired. But is a new model needed?
See what states, counties, and towns are affected by today's Supreme Court ruling.
The Supreme Court effectively rendered section 5 of the Voting Rights Act inoperative. Here's what that means.
The Voting Right Act was an immensely important tool in dismantling segregation. But now it's largely about redistricting, and it might not survive a court challenge.