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Court Order relaxes Voter ID requirements

This column first appeared in the San Antonio Express-News on August 29, 2016.

Dear Mr. Premack: I’ve been reading about the voter ID mess, and wonder if you could summarize what the law is now that the federal courts have intervened. 567 more words

Law

Appeals Court blocks Kansas, Alabama, Georgia voter ID laws

It’s been a tough few weeks for Republican attempts at voter suppression. When forced to defend their blatant attempts to keep minority voters from the polls in court Republicans are failing miserably. 34 more words

African American

Another Look at North Carolina's Voter Suppression Bill

Rethuglican legislators in many red states have been trying hard to keep the “wrong kind” of voters from the polls ever since the SCOTUS gutted the 1965 Voting Rights Act; that unfortunate decision,  289 more words

American Life And Politics

Should African Americans Support The Green Party Presidential Nominee?

Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein is no stranger to presidential elections.

The mother, physician, and environmental-health advocate also represented the Green Party during the 2012 election and currently holds the record for receiving the most votes ever by a woman candidate running for the nation’s highest office. 558 more words

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Should African Americans Support The Green Party Presidential Nominee?

Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein is no stranger to presidential elections.

The mother, physician, and environmental-health advocate also represented the Green Party during the 2012 election and currently holds the record for receiving the most votes ever by a woman candidate running for the nation’s highest office. 558 more words

National

Should African Americans Support The Green Party Presidential Nominee?

Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein is no stranger to presidential elections.

The mother, physician, and environmental-health advocate also represented the Green Party during the 2012 election and currently holds the record for receiving the most votes ever by a woman candidate running for the nation’s highest office. 558 more words

News & Gossip

Should African Americans Support The Green Party Presidential Nominee?

Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein is no stranger to presidential elections.

The mother, physician, and environmental-health advocate also represented the Green Party during the 2012 election and currently holds the record for receiving the most votes ever by a woman candidate running for the nation’s highest office. 558 more words

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