Feds to Florida: halt non-citizen voter purge The Justice Department ordered Florida’s elections division to halt a systematic effort to find and purge the state’s voter rolls of noncitizen voters. Florida’s effort appears to violate both the 1965 Voting Rights Act, which protects minorities ... 06/1/2012 - 4:36 am | View Link
Voter Purge, Minority Voting Rights Flashpoints Of New Showdown In Florida Florida officials made it clear Friday that the state will continue to purge as many as 182,000 suspected noncitizens from the state’s voter rolls -- despite a ... was unconvinced of the list’s accuracy and was concerned that asking voters to prove ... 05/28/2012 - 4:21 am | View Link
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CREDIT: AP A serious snowstorm is projected to drop multiple feet of snow on New York City and points northeast this week, prompting Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) to predict one of the largest blizzards in city history and warn residents to stay indoors and avoid travel in the coming days.
ABITA SPRINGS, LOUISIANA — Since its founding as a Native American trading village, Abita Springs has staked its reputation on its clean air and pure waters. Princess Abita of the Choctaw tribe, as the local legend goes, was wasting away in filthy New Orleans in the 1780s until she traveled north and drank from the healing spring that gave the town its name.
Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX)
Until last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee had a subcommittee on "the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights." Now, it just has a Subcommittee on the Constitution. Because screw civil rights and human rights. Republicans claim their logic is that the Constitution totally covers all that other stuff, so there's no need to mention it.