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Sunday, March 03, 2013

Marching from Voter Supression to Austerity

Thank you, Dan, for inviting me back to blog this month. Back in November I was chomping at the bit to discuss local voter suppression after the election and never had the time to do so. Fortunately the recent SCOTUS Voting Rights Act case provides a reminder that voting rights are not just seasonal and will be a nice segue into my observations last fall as an Election Protection Volunteer. I will post details shortly.

Also, in two weeks, I am accompanying a group of students to Greece as part of our International Travel Program. We will be studying Greek law vis-a-vis the economy, various issues with the European Union and the changes in Greece leading up to Austerity. I will post our experiences and observations from Greece in the latter half of the month.

Posted by DBorman on March 3, 2013 at 11:39 PM | Permalink

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