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|Archived Since:||June 13, 2008|
An overview of what's at stake for LGBTQ families in various states this election cycle. GO ?
Despite early success with deferred action, Gov. Romney would end the program if elected. GO ?
A recent ad uses racism and lies to sway voters. GO ?
The trend toward LGBT rights has not been an exclusively partisan one. GO ?
A survey of a group of over 1,600 Millennials was taken once in July and again in October, with some very interesting results. GO ?
It’s not just talk. The Obama administration has implemented numerous policy changes — many with little fanfare — to help transgender Americans fight discrimination. GO ?
Hurricane Sandy did more than give the candidates a reason to soften their attacks and slow their schedules, it also put a halt to early voting in some states. GO ?
Advocates for LGBT rights have struggled for years to make their case and eliminate discrimination in the country's laws. Now it looks as if 2012 could be the year for victories in states around the nation. GO ?
Even with Voter ID laws struck down, faulty information may still keep people from voting. GO ?
A UN partner organization will be monitoring polling booths next week to ensure fair voting processes. GO ?
The Maryland DREAM Act receives a boost with two key endorsements just a week before the Nov. 6 election. GO ?
Student debt is not a new problem, but its impact on students of color deserves much more attention. GO ?
Media outlets are just now beginning to link Hurricane Sandy to a much larger problem. GO ?
The Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing last month entitled "The Citizens United Court and The Continuing Importance of the Voting Rights Act." Here's what you missed. GO ?
Who is trying to influence your vote? GO ?
More and more young people are engaging in political conversations—online. GO ?
The reluctance signals a reluctance take responsibility for the status of women's issues in this country. GO ?
Kesha Ram, the youngest legislator serving in Vermont, says there's nothing stopping young people from making a difference—they just need to get involved. GO ?
Find out who your favorite celebrity is voting for this election. GO ?
When NPR took a look at young people and the presidential election, but the author relied exclusively on statistics from Generation Opportunity, a group that claims to be non-partisan even though it's run by people with direct ties to conservative organizations. GO ?