‘A Woman’s Place is in the House’: The Legislative Legacy of Rep. Pat Schroeder
Pat Schroeder, who died this week at age 82, was known for her sharp wit and fierce advocacy for equal rights, health care and family leave.
A Brief History of the Era of ERA
Just a few years after it was introduced, the Equal Rights Amendment appeared on the chopping block in the state’s 1976 ballot.
Congress Ponders Whether to Add More U.S. District Judges as Caseloads Rise
With rising cases, Congressional leaders debate adding new District Judges to courtrooms around the country.
CU Law’s Spencer Gives Insights on History of Voting Rights in U.S., Part Two
Law Week talked to Doug Spencer about the Voting Rights Act in a two-part discussion on a recent Supreme Court ruling.
Congress Considers Civics Education Legislation
Bipartisan legislation recently introduced in Congress aims to improve civics education across the nation, similar to a Colorado state bill.
Undocumented Coloradans in Essential Work Could Get Citizenship
Colorado’s undocumented essential workers, and those around the country, might have a path to citizenship through a bill before Congress.
For the People Act Brings Sweeping Election Changes
The proposed For the People Act, if passed, would be the largest voting reform enacted into law in more than 50 years.