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Chris Edley on Election Rights and Potholes

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The high-point of last weeks' Pew/JEHT conference, "Voting in America", was seeing the Dean of Berkeley Law, Chris Edley, give a keynote during dinner on Tuesday. With his permission, I am making available audio from his address. Find it here (30 minu… more »

ABA Panel: The Evolution of Voting Technology

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If you're in Los Angeles in two weeks, come see this panel Deirdre and I will be on. (if you're a lawyer, you get CLE credits) *American Bar Assocation, Standing Committee on Election Law presents a FREE CLE program:* ### The Evolution of Voting T… more »
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