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As voter suppression laws are struck down throughout the country, California clarifies who can vote with a criminal conviction in the state.
As we take a closer look at the 17 voter initiatives on the ballot this November, one of the less prominent measures with a lot of money at stake is Proposition 51. Though it will likely get overshadowed by flashier topics like marijuana and the death penalty, a yes vote would allow the state to issue $9 billion in bonds for school construction projects.
Welcome to our new IREX Community Solutions Leader, Beatrice Savadye of Zimbabwe!
As voter suppression laws are struck down throughout the country, California moves to clarify who can vote with a criminal conviction in the state
Vote with the League! Here is our list of recommendations on the ballot measures for the November 8, 2016 Presidential Election. Share our flyer with your friends and family.
VOTE YES on 51 - School Bonds: K-12 and Community College
Voting is a fundamental right, enshrined in the Constitution and buttressed by historic state and federal laws after civil rights battles that continue today. Anyone concerned about voting rights must be heartened by recent court decisions overturning restrictive, discriminatory voting laws in other states. But we shouldn't ignore a threat to voting rights here at home -- a threat that is remedied by a bill currently in the legislature.
When discussing why we need to maintain the current income tax rates on the wealthiest, it’s important to talk about what is at stake.