This week on "The Tent," Chris Ford speaks with Jacquelyn Ayers of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America on Mississippi's 15-week abortion ban and the implications of the Supreme Court's decision for reproductive rights.
Daniella and Jesse connect with Slate legal writer Mark Joseph Stern for a conversation on the underdiscussed but still very important federal judiciary.
This week, our hosts chat with Matt Ford of The New Republic about the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett could affect the future of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Remembering Justice Ginsburg, and Former Acting CMS Administrator Andy Slavitt on the Future of Health Care
This week on "The Tent," Jesse and Ed discuss Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's tragic passing and speak with former Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services acting administrator Andy Slavitt about the precarious state of the Affordable Care Act and the federal government's lackluster response to the coronavirus pandemic.
This week, Daniella and Ed are joined by Human Rights Campaign President Alphonso David to discuss the U.S. Supreme Court's historic decision ruling that LGBTQ workers cannot be fired because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
The Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan has been backed by a range of supporters, including churches, big business, and even power companies.
This past year has seen democracy issues take center stage in the national debate. Unfortunately, while many state policymakers have capitalized on nationwide momentum for reform, some leaders continue to advance an agenda that takes their state in the wrong direction.
A state-by-state analysis and scorecard of the varied experiences of democracy in states and a series of policy recommendations illustrate how states can better serve their citizens.
There are unfortunately many worthy candidates vying for recognition when it comes to denying access to the ballot box, but this year’s awards go to the individuals and groups that stand out from all the rest.
A county-by-county analysis of election administration in 2012 swing states reveals that, within each state, wide disparities in voting accessibility existed.