Op-eds of the week: Online voting and Supreme Court tenure
Our weekly op-ed highlight reel
News is the heart of what we're about. But The Fulcrum is also a forum for debate about what's ailing American democracy and what could make the system healthier. So here are the most provocative opinion pieces we've posted this week.
If you're on the online voting bandwagon, it might be wise to slow your roll, according to Susan Greenhalgh and Michael Fernandez.
"There's no 'Ginsburg seat' or 'Antonin Scalia seat' mentioned in the founding document, but it sure feels that way," writes Gabe Roth of Fix the Court.
The People's Katie Fahey sat down with reformers David Valente and Sonia Riley to talk about how they got involved with making change and why the work is important.
Meanwhile, here are our latest news stories: