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Did Blacks Really Endorse the 1994 Crime Bill? - The New York Times

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Ultimately, 26 of the 38 voting members supported the legislation. Did Blacks Really Endorse the 1994 Crime Bill? - The New York Times

Byrd Got FBI Documents on Civil Rights Movement - New York Times

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Byrd Got FBI Documents on Civil Rights Movement - New York Times : CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Senator Robert C. Mr. Byrd, a Democrat from West Virginia who died in June 2010 at age 92, sought the intelligence because he suspected that Communists and subversives were guiding the civil rights cause, the records show. records.

Elizabeth B. Wydra: Supreme Court Waits in the Wings as Appeals Court Considers the Constitution, Voting Rights, Race and Criminal Justice

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Gregoire, a challenge under the Voting Rights Act to Washington State's law denying those who have been convicted of felonies the right to vote. The 15th Amendment plainly prohibited racial discrimination in voting, and gave Congress broad authority to enforce this new constitutional command. Elizabeth B. Gregoire.

Elizabeth B. Wydra: Supreme Court Waits in the Wings as Appeals Court Considers the Constitution, Voting Rights, Race and Criminal Justice

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Gregoire, a challenge under the Voting Rights Act to Washington State's law denying those who have been convicted of felonies the right to vote. The 15th Amendment plainly prohibited racial discrimination in voting, and gave Congress broad authority to enforce this new constitutional command. Elizabeth B. Gregoire.

Gentrification Changing Face of New Atlanta - New York Times

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Gentrification Changing Face of New Atlanta - New York Times March 11, 2006 Gentrification Changing Face of New Atlanta By SHAILA DEWAN ATLANTA, March 8 — In-town living. Franklin recently tried to impose a moratorium on McMansions, new houses bloated far beyond the size of their older neighbors. Live-work-play.

Bush's Conservative Judge Harbors Libertarian Streak - New York Times

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Bush's Conservative Judge Harbors Libertarian Streak - New York Times November 12, 2005 Bush's Conservative Judge Harbors Libertarian Streak By JONATHAN D. Judge Alito is part of the new breed of conservative libertarian jurists who are sensitive to safeguarding our free-speech freedoms," said Ronald K. L. Judge Samuel A.

Bush's Conservative Judge Harbors Libertarian Streak - New York Times

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Bush's Conservative Judge Harbors Libertarian Streak - New York Times November 12, 2005 Bush's Conservative Judge Harbors Libertarian Streak By JONATHAN D. Judge Alito is part of the new breed of conservative libertarian jurists who are sensitive to safeguarding our free-speech freedoms," said Ronald K. L. Judge Samuel A.

Kerry Gets Cool Response to Call to Filibuster Alito - New York Times

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Kerry Gets Cool Response to Call to Filibuster Alito - New York Times January 27, 2006 Kerry Gets Cool Response to Call to Filibuster Alito By DAVID D. Mr. Kerry's call for a filibuster, an effort to stop confirmation by refusing to close debate and hold a vote, was joined by his fellow Democratic senator from Massachusetts, Edward M.

Kerry Gets Cool Response to Call to Filibuster Alito - New York Times

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Kerry Gets Cool Response to Call to Filibuster Alito - New York Times January 27, 2006 Kerry Gets Cool Response to Call to Filibuster Alito By DAVID D. Mr. Kerry's call for a filibuster, an effort to stop confirmation by refusing to close debate and hold a vote, was joined by his fellow Democratic senator from Massachusetts, Edward M.

Daily Kos: Justice Scalia's accidental argument for equal rights

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Nobody ever voted for that. An editorial in the New York Times called his view "outlandish.". For all of our progress and fractured glass ceilings, the only part of the Constitution that recognizes any rights for women is the 19th Amendment , which only protects womens' right to vote. Generally not chief among them.