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9 HBCU Students Just Made the Voter-ID War Hot Again – The Root

The voter-ID war just opened up a huge new front. This time in Tennessee. A group of nine students from HBCUs Fisk and Tennessee State have filed a federal… 86 more words

Voter ID

What you need to know about Senate Bill 169

By Gabriella Benavidez, @gdbenavidez

The Nevada Legislature is considering a bill that would require voters to present a valid ID in order to cast a ballot. 96 more words

BILLS

An Earful ~~ The Affordable Care Act Benefits People

| By  CAP Action War Room repost

Republicans Are Hearing How The Affordable Care Act Benefits People

As momentum continues to build up to the March 31 open enrollment deadline, Republican lawmakers continue to make every effort to dismantle the Affordable Care Act. 452 more words

~ Politics Petitions Pollution &pop Culture

Post Truth Politics and Equal Time

At some point over the last couple of years in the run-up to the Presidential election, someone coined the phrase post-truth politics. It is an interesting phrase, and speaks volumes about our political system. 854 more words

Campaign 2012

Judge to take several weeks to rule on NC voter ID challenge Read – News & Observer

RALEIGH — A Wake County judge plans to take two to three weeks to decide whether a lawsuit challenging North Carolina’s voter ID law should be dismissed or proceed to trial this summer. 81 more words

North Carolina

Richard Grenell: WaPo's Greg Sargent mocks voter ID and 'proves point' of proponents

The Washington Post’s Greg Sargent said that not having to show ID to vote was easy.

Richard Grenell, Fox News contributor and former national security spokesman for candidate Mitt Romney, thought Sargent inadvertently made the argument… 91 more words

Election Day 2014

Texas voter pokes hole in Martha Plimpton's ID narrative and strikes a nerve

At Twitchy reported, actress Martha Plimpton said she’d be voting on behalf of Texas women because the voter ID law “took her right to vote.” 88 more words

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