From Past Issues

Election Technology for the Common Good

Thursday October 29, 2020 / By Gregory A. Miller

From The Election 2020 issue

America’s election administration infrastructure is in a dire state. Far too many voters face challenges in casting a ballot. Genuine threats of disruption... Read More

And the Winner Is…

Thursday October 29, 2020 / By Dana Chisnell

From The Election 2020 issue

In this highly polarized and nail-biting election, every vote counts. But it can (and will) take a while. Election Night results on TV and online are never... Read More

“The World Is Watching”

Thursday October 29, 2020 / By Karen Bannan

From The Election 2020 issue

The 2020 election season was exhausting, and it isn’t over yet. This month, a bipartisan group of former elected officials — members of the U.S.... Read More

The Challenges of Communicating Behind Bars

Wednesday September 30, 2020 / By Caren Chesler

From The Legal issue

While listening to recordings of a Somerset County inmate’s calls, a prosecutor with Maine’s Office of the Attorney General recognized the voice of a defense... Read More

5 Common Sense Facial Recognition Policies

Wednesday September 30, 2020 / By Karen Bannan

From The Legal issue

The 2015 death of Baltimore’s Freddie Gray Jr. in police custody led to ten days of public outcry. The aftermath of the protests further damaged the public’s... Read More

The Justice System as a Digital Platform

Wednesday September 30, 2020 / By Jason Tashea

From The Legal issue

The COVID era has brought physical shutdowns to American courts and an unprecedented backlog of cases. In Connecticut, pending civil and criminal cases... Read More

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