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Saturday, den 1. September 2012

From: Nation in the News Nation in the News Thursday’s federal court ruling was a major victory for voing rights advocates, but the campaign against voting rights continues nationwide. 

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Monday, den 27. August 2012

by Bracken Hendricks and Adam James In a political season dominated by divisive electoral politics and obstructionist legislative strategies, the future of America’s energy policy has been a casualty, caught in the political crossfire. Whether debating drilling for oil on public lands, extending the production tax credit for wind energy, or the role of fossil fuel subsidies in an “all of the above” energy plan, federal policy makers are scoring lots of political points but coming up short on building a durable foundation for transformative energy innovation.

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Sunday, den 26. August 2012

From: Voting Rights Watch 2012 Voting Rights Watch 2012 After exposés on Rachel Maddow and Al Sharpton news shows, the Ohio secretary of state abandons True the Vote.

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Sunday, den 26. August 2012

From: Voting Rights Watch 2012 Voting Rights Watch 2012 After exposed on Rachel Maddow and Al Sharpton news shows, Ohio Secretary of State abandons True the Vote.

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Friday, den 24. August 2012

From: Voting Rights Watch 2012 Voting Rights Watch 2012 As the RNC platform is amended to include support of voter ID legislation, we bring you the week’s voting rights updates

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Thursday, den 23. August 2012

From: Voting Rights Watch 2012 Voting Rights Watch 2012 Changes to Florida’s voting rules target people of color, and not those who have done anything wrong. Our newest community journalists reports what’s happening on the ground.

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Thursday, den 23. August 2012

From: Laura Flanders Laura Flanders Todd Akin, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan all have me thinking of June Jordan’s great “Poem about My Rights.”

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Saturday, den 11. August 2012

From Progressive News Source- http://www.thenation.com/blog/169348/voting-suppression-schemes-and-how-theyre-being-challenged Progressive News Post- Voting Suppression Schemes and How They’re Being Challenged

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Tuesday, den 7. August 2012

From: Voting Rights Watch 2012 Voting Rights Watch 2012 Why would a group of people who are ineligible to vote engage in electoral politics? We talk to a rider on the “UndocuBus” to find out

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Friday, den 3. August 2012

From: Voting Rights Watch 2012 Voting Rights Watch 2012 George Lujan, the latest community journalist to join Voting Rights Watch, reports from New Mexico, where the states busy frustrating registration efforts and prepping a massive voter purge. 

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