Locked Up: Is Cash Bail on the Way Out?

Six in 10 adults in U.S. jails have not been convicted of a crime. They are locked up awaiting trial, mostly because they’re too poor to post bail. Read More

Voting Restrictions

Legislators across the country are pushing bills that would make it tougher to vote even after similar bills have been struck down in court. Read More

Automatic Renewals

More states are restricting businesses from automatically renewing contracts for goods or services with little or no notice to their customers. Read More
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The number of states—Alaska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, West Virginia, and Wyoming—where personal income dropped over the past year, hit by factors such as weak energy and agricultural earnings.

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