Women's Health and Voting Access
Lauren Williams talked about some of the ongoing political battles over women’s issues and voter identification laws, and she also… read more
Lauren Williams talked about some of the ongoing political battles over women’s issues and voter identification laws, and she also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Topics included laws in Texas and other states that require a voter’s photo identification and voter registration card to match, a requirement that primarily affects women; arguments that voter fraud is a problem; and anti-abortion laws.
All of the guests on the October 31, 2013, “Washington Journal” program were writers or editors for Mother Jones Magazine,. They participated from the publication’s Washington, D.C., headquarters. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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