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Don't click away yet as Cantor said: "This is bigger than politics - this is about our fundamental rights as citizens of the United States."
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With the 2008 presidential and Congressional elections on the horizon, the Supreme Court agreed today to consider whether voter-identification laws unfairly keep poor people and members of minority groups from going to the polls.
Many states are either enacting, considering, or in some cases overturning voter ID laws. The justification is that requiring photo ID will reduce voting fraud; the criticism is that this imposes an unnecessary burden. The laws are generally pushed by Republicans and opposed by Democrats, and not coincidentally the groups of voters most likely to be impacted by such laws tend to vote Democrat. The SC will be deciding whether to overturn an Indiana law requiring government-issued photo ID, and my guess is that this court will find the law to be constitutional, although I suppose the fact they took the case at all when they could have just left the law in place might suggest some mixed feelings among the Justices.
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Welcome to my coming-out party. No, sorry pico; it’s not that kind of ‘coming-out.’ :-)
For my inaugural front page diary, I wish to start by stating that I will try to present the type of material I find most interesting: those issues that have no clear-cut or established partisan answers. Let’s go beyond the important but often trite partisan debates we have around here and examine what it means to be an American citizen in the 21st century. What are our obligations? What are our values? What are our goals? Most significantly in regards to our mission here of inter-ideological dialogue, what are our rights in the current political climate?
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