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Jackson's confirmation is the latest example of the federal judiciary becoming more diverse
About 0.8% of people enrolled in the program were able to legally enter the US.
Changes concern mail in ballot deadlines, ID requirements, and the early voting period.
The checks are designed to stop people who aren't legally allowed to buy a gun, but gaps in the laws remain.
Marijuana laws vary greatly between states. Federal law making the drug illegal complicates matters.
The latest case focuses on the individual mandate, but the entire ACA could be affected by the court’s decision.
What are the demographics of federal judges?
If Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s successor is confirmed before Election Day, that seat will have been vacant at most for 46 days.
Death penalty statistics, including where capital punishment is legal or banned and demographics of people on death row