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    Voting Rights: A Discussion on Legislation, Strategy and Developments in the Movement for Voting Justice [CC]

    Voting Rights: A Discussion on Legislation, Strategy and Developments in the Movement for Voting Justice [CC]
    CLE 90 min

    Voting Rights: A Discussion on Legislation, Strategy and Developments in the Movement for Voting Justice [CC]

    This panel will explore state-law attempts to limit early voting, remote voting, and voter assistance, as well as assess the evidence of voter fraud to support new restrictions.

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      08/03/2024

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      08/03/2024

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      08/03/2024

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      08/03/2024

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      08/03/2024

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      08/03/2026

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      08/03/2024

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      08/03/2024

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      08/03/2024

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      08/03/2024

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      08/03/2024

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      08/03/2024

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    The panel will discuss how introduced federal legislation, proposed through both Congress' authority under the Constitution's elections clause and the enforcement clauses of the 14th and 15th Amendments, could affect these state-law changes. Finally, the panel will explore whether the United States should be moving toward greater uniformity in the voter experience across states, or should continue to allow the voter experience and its ease or difficulty to vary widely from state to state.

    Product Details

    Product Code

    MT0804002OLC1

    Duration

    90

    Publication Date

    8/4/2021 12:00:00 AM

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