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If it looks like partisan hackery, it probably is – with special guest Christopher Kang from Demand Justice

If it looks like partisan hackery, it probably is – with special guest Christopher Kang from Demand Justice

Christopher Kang on Twitter: @cdkang76 Demand Justice on Twitter: @WeDemandJustice Demand Justice’s website: DemandJustice.org Dahlia Lithwick at Slate: There’s a Reason Biden Has Been Slow to Install Judges Nick Corasaniti at The New York Times: Georgia G.O.P. Passes Major Law to Limit Voting Amid Nationwide Push Jordan Zakarin at Progressives Everywhere: How Activists Are Fighting Georgia’s New Jim Crow Laws […]

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Once again Michigan shows the importance of the judiciary as voter suppression gets a pass and GOP legislators subvert democracy

Once again Michigan shows the importance of the judiciary as voter suppression gets a pass and GOP legislators subvert democracy

After receiving the good news last month that a federal judge had commanded the Michigan Secretary of State to allow for straight-ticket voting, yesterday we got bad news: A three-judge panel of the 6th District Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 that the ban on straight ticket voting could remain in place for the November election. The result, of course, is […]

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