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Ending Judicial Supremacy

Ending Judicial Supremacy

The Problem  The Supreme Court has too much power. Beginning with the 1803 case Marbury v. Madison, in which the power of judicial review was given to the Court by the Court, the justices of the Supreme Court have been on an unrelenting march to concentrate power in...

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REPORT: The People v. Corporate America in Arizona

REPORT: The People v. Corporate America in Arizona

Today, the People’s Parity Project released a report detailing its research into Arizona Supreme Court cases over the last 20 years. The report’s findings show that the high court has become increasingly pro-corporate, causing significant harm to workers and consumers...

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Impact of Judges Professional Backgrounds on Eviction Outcomes

Impact of Judges Professional Backgrounds on Eviction Outcomes

Today, the People’s Parity Project released a report assessing the impact of judges' professional backgrounds on outcomes in eviction cases, finding statistically significant differences in average renter outcomes depending on judges' legal experience. Additionally,...

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REPORT: Imbalanced Justice in Arizona

REPORT: Imbalanced Justice in Arizona

Today, the People’s Parity Project released a report assessing the professional diversity on the Arizona bench, finding a stark underrepresentation of judges with pro-people backgrounds. Our new research shows that judges in Arizona, like so many other states, reached...

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