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State by state, electoral reform is happening — but not fast enough

Fisher is deputy director of Unite America, which works to enact and helps finance political reform efforts and candidates "who put people over party." (It is a donor to The Fulcrum.)

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Microphones were set up outside the Supreme Court on Monday, when the justices ruled unanimously that states may punish "faithless electors."

Faithless electors decision does little to address democracy's ills

Sarat is a professor of jurisprudence and political science at Amherst College.

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Gerrymandering in Pennsylvania

Gerrymandered Pennsylvanians seeking a redress of their grievances

Kuniholm is chairwoman of Fair Districts PA, created four years ago by other good-government groups in Pennsylvania to end partisanship in drawing of the state's legislative and congressional maps.
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We must be willing to consider others' viewpoints if we're going to get through the pandemic together, write Levison and Fersh.

4 principles to guide us past our Covid crisis divisions

Levison directs Minnesota's Office of Collaboration and Dispute Resolution, a government mediator. Fersh founded and remains senior advisor of Convergence, a nonpartisan group that incubates cross-partisan deliberations on pressing national policy questions.
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