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Voter Suppression Blow Back Begins!

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10 Most Popular LawNext Episodes of March 2021

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Here are the episodes of my LawNext podcast that got the most listens during March. This reflects only downloads of episodes during the month of November, not for all time. (In In the all-time tally, the most listened-to episode is my April interview with legal futurist Richard Susskind.).

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Detective says Chauvin knee on neck a 'totally unnecessary' use of deadly force | George Floyd | The Guardian

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Detective says Chauvin knee on neck a 'totally unnecessary' use of deadly force Richard Zimmerman gives testimony and tells court ‘if your knee is on someone’s neck – that could kill them’ Richard Zimmerman said: ‘I saw no reason why the officers felt they were in danger, if that’s what they felt.

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Analysis of police violence brings Don Lemon to tears on live TV

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New York's marijuana law can finally reverse the drug war's harm It took years, but the state's new law should be a model for the rest of the country.

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New York's marijuana law can finally reverse the drug war's harm It took years, but the state's new law should be a model for the rest of the country. Anjali Nair / MSNBC; Getty Images April 2, 2021, 5:31 AM EDT “By Hayes Brown , MSNBC Opinion Columnist New York City isn't usually so late to trends.

Faces Of Africa - Samora Machel: The Struggle Continues

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Will Georgia’s Voting Law Be Repealed as Big Business Joins Critics Opposing “Jim Crow” Suppression? | Democracy Now!

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Will Georgia’s Voting Law Be Repealed as Big Business Joins Critics Opposing “Jim Crow” Suppression? Democracy Now

“It’s pretty bad,” says Beto O’Rourke on Texas’ new voter restriction bill. “And I’m saying this from the perspective of a state that is already the hardest in which to register to vote and to cast your ballot.”

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