Archive | October 10, 2011

New York Times: “The Myth of Voter Fraud”

This year, Republican legislatures and governors have have advanced legislation in at least 35 states that could make it harder for millions of people—particularly the young, the poor, the elderly, and minorities—to cast a ballot in the 2012 election. It’s been, in short, what the New York Times calls “a record year for new legislation […]

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Peter Ossorio: A different look at Constitution Day

Peter Ossorio responds to a recent Las Cruces Sun News op-ed by Jim Harbison on Constitution Day When Mr. Harbison is right, he need not dwell on his military service.  When he is wrong, past heroism does not mitigate present errors.  This Constitution Day over 140 attorneys took time away from billable hours to teach public school students.  Las Cruces […]

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Which Mitt? Take the quiz

The Mitt Romney who’s running for the Republican presidential nomination has said he would sign legislation to end Medicare as we know it, slash Social Security, and repeal health care reform as one of his first acts in office. But over the years, Mitt Romney has supported expanding access to health care, protecting a woman’s […]

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