Department Of Justice
The U.S. Department of Justice says there is substantial evidence that Texas’ Voter ID law will discriminate against minorities.
The U.S. Department of Justice says Texas’ new voting maps for Congress and for the Texas House were drawn with discriminatory intent.
She is known as the prosecutor who took on Dallas City Hall in the largest corruption trial in the city’s history. Now Sarah Saldaña is ready to continue fighting public corruption as the new U.S. Attorney for North Texas.
Community members packed the Dallas City Council chambers Saturday for a special meeting to discuss a redistricting plan that will carve up the city’s 14 council districts.
In a letter written to the NCAA, the Department of Justice addressed “serious questions” surrounding the postseason format for the Football Bowl Subdivision.
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