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Saturday, November 23, 2013

CRL&P Daily Reads: Nov. 23, 2013

NSA actually sought to expand surveillance program.

Montgomery Advertiser calls for more ballot access for minor party candidates; PolitiFact calls North Carolina governor's claim that Democrats 'agree' with voter ID law 'mostly false'; and, Plain Dealer column argues that Ohio election reforms should not include photo ID.

Wisconsin Court of Appeals will not block probe into campaign spending and fundraising during this month's elections.

Inmate charged with double murder files a hand written civil rights lawsuit alleging unduly harsh prison conditions and First Amendment violations.

Seattle PD settle a civil rights suit for an illegal search resulting in arrest of ex-felon for illegally possessing a firearm.

Wilmington PD 'stop-and-frisk' policy challenged.

Philadelphia bans 3-D printed guns.

 

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Civil Rights Litigation, Election Law, First Amendment, Fourth Amendment, Gun Policy, Prisons and Prisoners, Right to Vote, Same-sex marriage, Stop-and-frisk, Theories of Punishment, Voter ID | Permalink

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