Voting rights advocates should explore section 11(b) of the Voting Rights Act as a vehicle to combat voter intimidation.
In the twenty-first century, discrimination has become increasingly subliminal, unconscious, and structural. Yet the legal framework for addressing discrimination has ignored this shift, remaining focused on intentional discrimination and reliant on ex post enforcement.
Ángel R. Oquendo* I. Introduction At the moment, Puerto Rico’s de facto bankruptcy is occupying all three branches of government in the United States. In all likelihood, it will lead them merely to express sympathy, to offer small gestures of support,
When Bush v. Gore and Citizens United are viewed through a democracy-sensitive lens, they emerge as judicially-imposed democratic disasters.