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VOTE!

The Legal Satyricon

Please go to [link] and cast your vote in the “opinion” category for Popehat. They are all kinds of awesome. Their editor and I work on free speech cases together. Spread the love. Filed under: misc.

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The Republican War On Voting!

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One way to protect voting rights? Expand the Supreme Court

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One way to protect voting rights? Expand the Supreme Court

Florida joins Georgia in passing new voting restrictions, including limits on vote-by-mail, drop boxes

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Florida joins Georgia in passing new voting restrictions, including limits on vote-by-mail, drop boxes Lexi Lonas 04/29/21 11:09 PM EDT “Florida on Thursday passed new voting laws that place restrictions around vote-by-mail and ballot drop boxes. Along with drop boxes, voters will have to request to vote by mail more frequently. Florida joins Georgia in passing more stringent voting laws.

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The next Georgia: Texas and Arizona emerge as voting rights battlegrounds | US voting rights | The Guardian

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The next Georgia: Texas and Arizona emerge as voting rights battlegrounds By Sam Levine in New York The Guardian A booth is folded after voting ended in the 2020 US election in Marfa, Texas, on 3 November 2002.

We WIll Vote

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Who’s voted so far in Georgia’s runoff elections

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Who’s voted so far in Georgia’s runoff elections "By Isaac Sabetai , The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Politics | Updated 1 hour ago Georgia voters are showing no signs of slowing down since the November presidential election. In the November election about 5 million Georgians voted.

Theatre Producers make historic vote to form L.A. League

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Theatre Producers make historic vote to form L.A. Unanimous Vote. A room full of producers with a wide variety of concerns voted unanimously to form a new, independent organization, a trade association that will act as a producer’s league/council to speak with a single voice on behalf of all Los Angeles producers (not just 99-seat producers, but mid- and larger-sized producers as well). League. On Sunday, May 20, 2012 a little bit of L.A. Theatre history was made.

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Vote, Vote, Vote, The Midterms Are Coming!

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Vote Republicans Out Of Office

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Opinion: The Senate can still protect voting rights from GOP assault. Here’s how.

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Opinion: The Senate can still protect voting rights from GOP assault. 1, a sprawling election reform bill that they had hoped would counter Republican efforts to restrict voting in many states. Mr. Manchin argued that election reform must be bipartisan, even if the bill in question would make voting fairer and easier for all, and even if Republicans flouted bipartisanship as they pursued voter suppression in state after state. votes needed to overcome a filibuster.

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Opinion: The Senate can still protect voting rights from GOP assault. Here’s how.

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Opinion: The Senate can still protect voting rights from GOP assault. 1, a sprawling election reform bill that they had hoped would counter Republican efforts to restrict voting in many states. Mr. Manchin argued that election reform must be bipartisan, even if the bill in question would make voting fairer and easier for all, and even if Republicans flouted bipartisanship as they pursued voter suppression in state after state. votes needed to overcome a filibuster.

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Chris Hayes on SCOTUS gutting the Voting Rights Act: No stopping GOP anti-voter push

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Chris Hayes on SCOTUS gutting the Voting Rights Act: No stopping GOP anti-voter push

FCC Votes to Repeal Net Neutrality Rules

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The next stop will be a courtroom as the media regulatory agency retreats from prohibiting ISPs from blocking and throttling content. read more. THR, Esq. Business Tech Business THR Online

Biden signs order to expand voting access

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YelloPain - My Vote Dont Count ��

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McConnell pressures senators to vote against Capitol riot commission

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Deadline Is Friday To Vote For ABA TECHSHOW Startup Alley Finalists

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The deadline is Friday to vote to help pick the legal technology startups that will be selected for the fifth-annual Startup Alley at ABA TECHSHOW 2021. Your votes now pick the final 15. See the full ballot for descriptions of the 25 companies in contention and to vote.

Park Cannon says ‘people were cut out of the process’ in Georgia’s restrictive voting law

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Park Cannon says ‘people were cut out of the process’ in Georgia’s restrictive voting law

‘Destructive to a functional democracy’: Georgia passes vast restrictive voting law

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‘Destructive to a functional democracy’: Georgia passes vast restrictive voting law

Rep. Nikema Williams: ‘Regardless of your zip code, your right to vote should be protected’

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Nikema Williams: ‘Regardless of your zip code, your right to vote should be protected

Ruth Bader Ginsburg slams Supreme Court decision on Wisconsin voting

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg slams Supreme Court decision on Wisconsin voting

Vote Democratic in Georgia January 5th 2021

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How to commit mail-in voting fraud (It's nearly impossible) - CNET

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How to commit mail-in voting fraud (It's nearly impossible) - CNET

Time to Vote: Pick the Startup Alley Finalists for ABA TECHSHOW 2021

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We need your vote! Now your votes will select the final 15. The 15 startups with the most votes will get the opportunity to be featured at TECHSHOW, which will be held virtually March 8-12, 2021. Read their pitches, check out their websites, then vote.

@musictechsolve: Vote for Creator and Startup Licensing Education at SXSW

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Please vote for my creator and startup licensing panel at SXSW.EDU. Click Here to Vote on Panel Picker. I’d really appreciate your vote for the class in the SXSW Panel Picker here. To vote, you just need to sign in to PanelPicker or create a free SXSW account with your email only. Deadline for SXSW Panel Picker is today! If the latest Spotify litigation shows anything it’s the importance of licensing education.

2M Votes Already Cast As Georgia Voters Turn Out To Vote Ahead Of Senate.

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Breaking: In Historic Vote, Utah Supreme Court Approves Sweeping Changes in Legal Services Regulation

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In a historic vote that could set a blueprint for the rest of the country, the Utah Supreme Court has approved the most sweeping changes in a generation to the regulation of law practice and the delivery of legal services.

Crystal Mason Was Sentenced to Five Years Behind Bars Because She Voted

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Crystal Mason Was Sentenced to Five Years Behind Bars Because She Voted (The real America) “The G.O.P.’s s war on voting has human casualties. Mason was not eligible to vote at the time because she was on supervised release after serving a prison term for federal tax fraud.

Levis CEO has message for Mitch McConnell about voting rights

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WGA Institutes Qualified Voting

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The WGA membership has approved new rules limiting members’ eligibility to vote on strike authorization and ratification of the feature-primetime contract: members now have to have earnings of $30,000 under a WGA agreement during the six years preceding the vote or 15 or more qualified years as a pension plan participant, Variety reports.

Why do White Christians Vote Republican, and Black Christians Vote Democ.

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Apple joins corporate backlash against Georgia voting law

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The New Voting Restrictions Many States Are Considering l FiveThirtyEigh.

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'The Shape of Water' Sparks Copyright Lawsuit Amid Oscar Voting

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The son of a Pulitzer Prize-winning author says the awards contender rips off his father's work, while Fox Searchlight says the claims are baseless. read more. THR, Esq. Movies Movies THR Online Guillermo del Toro The Shape of Water

We Must Fight to Preserve Our Voting Rights!

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'Shame, shame, shame': Tempers flare in Senate voting hearing

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Atlanta mayor issues executive order against Georgia’s new voting law

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Atlanta mayor issues executive order against Georgia’s new voting law By Wilborn P. Nobles III , The Atlanta Journal-Constitution “Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is taking action against the voting law that Gov. On Tuesday afternoon, Bottoms issued an Administrative Order directing the City’s Chief Equity Officer to implement a series of actions to diminish what her office called “new voting restrictions” imposed by Senate Bill 202.

Plan B for Voting Rights

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Plan B for Voting Rights

We Must Fight to Preserve Our Voting Rights!

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FCC Votes "Blackout Rule" Out

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From the Hollywood Reporter: The FCC has voted unanimously to end the "blackout" rule that has allowed the NFL to prohibit broadcasts of pro football games locally if seats remain unsold on the day of the game. The NFL had

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Stacy Abrams urges lifting filibuster for voting bill

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