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    Race and the Criminal Justice System

    Attorneys and legal experts talked about racial disparities in the charging and sentencing of minority defendants. Among the topics they addressed were New York City’s “stop and frisk” policies, the…

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    Justice Department Role in Monitoring Elections

    Jon Geenbaum talked about the Justice Department process and protocol in deciding the election polling places it monitors, the staff and resources involved, and legal issues. He also…

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    Voter Identification Laws

    Hans Von Spakovsky and Jon Greenbaum talked about the impact of new voter identification laws across the U.S. They also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Mr. Von Spakovsky argued that just as…

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    Elections and Campaign Finance

    Norm Eisen talked about the Obama administration’s perspective on election and campaign finance reform. and he responded to audience members' questions. Following his remarks panelists discussed…

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    The Indiana Voter Identification Law

    The panelists discussed next week’s U.S. Supreme Court case, Baze v. Rees concerning an Indiana law that requires a government-issued photo identification document in order to vote. Topics…

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    Election Laws

    The guests talked about potential problems facing voters at the polls and possible legal challenges to the day’s midterm election results. They responded to telephone calls and electronic…

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    Voting Irregularities in Ohio

    Members and witnesses testified before an ad hoc committee on voting irregularities in the Ohio 2004 elections. Among the topics they addressed were civil rights issues, variations in…

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