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Public Statement
AB2466, voting rights, jim crow, discrimination, ACLU, grassroots advocacy

As voter suppression laws are struck down throughout the country, California moves to clarify who can vote with a criminal conviction in the state

Public Statement
AB2466, voting rights, jim crow, discrimination, ACLU, grassroots advocacy

As voter suppression laws are struck down throughout the country, California clarifies who can vote with a criminal conviction in the state.

Op-Ed

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.

Announcement
October 7, 2016

As the 2016 legislative year comes to a close, we are delighted to report a number of victories—and a few areas where further work is needed.

Government

Among the LWVC successes in our Government program areas were significant bills affecting money in politics, voting rights, and redistricting.

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