Andrew Gumbel, whose book was the subject of Paul Krugman’s column last week, has written these thoughts
for The Independent Online Edition.
See page 2 of this pdf
released by the National Archives.
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The Tallahassee Democrat offers this report
, with the subhead: “Summary longer than 75 words.”
The Chicago Sun-Times offers this report
. Dan Tokaji offers his thoughts
, and the ACLU issued this press release
Monica Leas writes this column
in the Arkansas Democrat Gazette.
A.P. offers this report
, which begins: “SANTA FE, N.M. – The state’s highest court must decide if New Mexico wrongly handled a recount request from two presidential candidates by requiring them to pay $1.4 million as a security deposit.”
NY Newsday offers this editorial
, with the subhead: “No hope for regulating contributions until the election commission is out.”
FEC Vice Chair Michael Toner had this letter to the editor
in yesterday’s NY Times.
The NY Times offers this editorial
, which begins: “The United States stands virtually alone among democracies in having laws that continue to disenfranchise former prisoners even after they have paid their debts to society and finished parole or probation.… Continue reading
See this editorial
from the Grand Rapids Press. Thanks to Jeff Wice for the pointer.
I was reminded of Jim Gardner’s wonderful article with that title when I read this article
from Florida, which begins: “After deciding to readdress single-member districts, Kissimmee city commissioners have been advised not to talk about the topic because of… Continue reading
Yesterday Senator Alren Specter, chairman of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, sent this letter
to Judge Roberts indicating that Senator Specter intended to ask Judge Roberts about his views on the Supreme Court’s recent federalism case, Tennessee v. Lane
… Continue reading
Don’t miss this post
by Adam Bonin at Daily Kos.
With the expiration of terms of four commissioners at the FEC, we will be seeing essentially a new FEC considering this issue when the Advisory Opinion eventually issues.
I’ll have… Continue reading