We’ve got a few public radio veterans on the team at DTL and the Committee of Seventy, so we put out a pretty fair podcast. Give a listen on iTunes or SoundCloud and let us know what you think.

Jonathan Lai of the Philadelphia Inquirer explains the fight over Pennsylvania's congressional map calmly and crisply. 


David Daley, author of "Ratf**ked," talks about gerrymandering, how it went nuclear in the digital age, and the damage it does to democracy. Today, Daley sees more than one glimmer of hope.


Meet Amanda Holt, an Allentown-area piano teacher whose quest to stop Pennsylvania's politicians from gerrymandering serves as our inspiration. Hear Ben Geffen of the Public Interest Law Center in Philadelphia make the case for the center's lawsuit against the state's notorious congressional map.