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Latino Voters Sue Texas Over ‘Unique Barriers’ Created by At-Large Judicial Elections

July 22, 2016

KUOW

The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and the Dechert law firm in Austin are also part of the legal team challenging the state. They argue in a legal challenge filed with the U.S. District Court in the Southern District of Texas on Wednesday that at-large districts are the main culprit.

Time to terminate nation’s policing crisis once and for all

July 22, 2016

The Hill

If we move on without fundamental change or implement reforms that merely tinker around the edges, we dishonor those officers who died in Baton Rouge and Dallas and all who died in Baton Rouge, St. Paul and so many other places across this nation.

OpEd: Restoring Voting Rights to the Disenfranchised

July 21, 2016

NBCNews.com

So-called “felony disenfranchisement” laws hurt people with criminal histories and their home communities. Publicly available data demonstrates that an estimated 5.85 million Americans are currently disenfranchised as a result of these arcane laws.

Here’s the Next Sleeper Challenge to Affirmative Action

July 19, 2016

Mother Jones

Greenbaum’s organization represented a group of minority Harvard students who tried to intervene in the SFFA case to represent students who they said would be harmed by the race-neutral policies SFFA was pushing. The effort failed, but Greenbaum says, unlike Blum, he had no trouble finding clients who were willing to be publicly identified as supporting affirmative action.

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