Climate Change as a Priority in Future Global Elections

In last year’s 117th Congress, 139 out of 535 elected officials (~25%) refused to acknowledge the existence of climate change. It is important to note that these 139 representatives have collectively received $61 million in lifetime contributions from the coal, oil, and gas industries.

SCOTUS Hears Arguments in Moore  v. Harper: Independent State Legislature Doctrine May Have Implications for Federal Election Processes

At stake? Democracy itself—a broad adoption of the ISL doctrine could result in rogue legislatures stripping previously-guaranteed voting rights protections from the state constitution with no ability for state courts to protect these rights.