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"Released in July of 2004, the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law report, "The New York State Legislative Process: An Evaluation and Blueprint for Reform," concluded that New York’s legislative bodies discourage rank-and-file lawmakers from participating fully in the legislative process and, in turn, deprive citizens of full representation in Albany. ... On this webpage, you can access our full report, review our recommendations, read the editorials, and join the campaign."

Author: Lawrence Norden is our editor-in-chief and counsel at the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law, specializing in voting technology and legislative reform; Laura Seago is a research associate at the Brennan Center, focusing on voting rights and legislative reform; Eric Lane is a senior fellow at the Brennan Center and a professor at Hofstra University Law School. Posts here also appear in the feed for the Brennan Center for Justice blog.

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