Derek Reinbold // 4/16/17 //
The Trump Administration’s plans for the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division raises grave concerns, explain Joshua Matz and Leah Litman at Take Care.
Despite a shift by Trump's DOJ, courts are still rooting out racial discrimination in state laws relating to districting and voter identification, writes Danielle Lang (Take Care).
The internal review of Civil Rights Division consent decrees threatens its value as an unbiased source, argues Nikolas Bowie (Take Care).
The Department of Justice under Attorney General Jeff Sessions is “blinding itself to injustice,” argues Renée Graham (Boston Globe).
The Trump Administration’s proposal to eliminate federal financing for the Legal Services Corporation will have grave consequences for low-income citizens, writes Dorothy Samuels at The American Prospect.