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Ten retired federal judges write to Congress to relate their concern about the lawfulness of Section 6 of the proposed Military Commissions Act of 2006.
Ill-conceived state policies concerning new statewide voter registration databases are driving eligible voters off of the rolls, through no fault of their own.
Ill-conceived state policies concerning new statewide voter registration databases are keeping eligible voters off of the rolls, through no fault of their own.
Analyzes restrictive voter ID policies that threaten to exclude millions of eligible voters, falling hardest on people who have traditionally faced barriers at the polls.
Efforts to turn eligible voters away from the polls if they cannot produce identification are not justified. Alternatives discussed.
Analyzes requirements that will disenfranchise many eligible citizens, as well as violate the Constitution and federal laws.
Voter registration drives help citizens who face the greatest barriers to voting, yet many states continue to enact burdensome restrictions on organizations that register voters.
Security and reliability vulnerabilities are discussed here.
Fraud by individual voters is both irrational and extremely rare. Raising the unsubstantiated specter of mass voter fraud suits a particular policy agenda.