Thursday, January 17, 2008

The Brennan Center's New Look

If you've visited the Brennan Center's homepage in the last 24 hours or so, you've probably noticed that we've launched a new version of our website! You'll still be able to find all of the publications, op-eds, and legal analysis you've come to expect from us, but you can also access our organization's fledgling blog. ReformNY will continue to bring you updates on reform efforts in your neck of the woods, while the Brennan Center-wide blog will feature commentary from our experts and outside voices on issues of democracy and justice in the other 49 states and the federal government.

In case you're new to the Brennan Center's work outside New York, here are a few links to help you get your feet wet:

The Truth About Voter Fraud - The publication by counsel Justin Levitt finds that allegations of widespread voter fraud are greatly exaggerated.

Twelve Steps to Restore Checks and Balances - Justice Program Deputy Director Aziz Huq makes recommendations for how we can keep our country secure and free.

Green Party of Connecticut v. Garfield - The Brennan Center's campaign finance litigation team is defending Connecticut's full public financing system.

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