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We live in Interesting Times, and the news gets overwhelming fast. This website posts weekly summaries to help you choke down the current goings-on without losing the threads (or your lunch). It also includes occasional legal analysis and commentary, because I am a lawyer and nobody stops me.
Wednesday night was a rough night for democracy, and I know many of us are disappointed. But there’s a lot of work left to do, and we will do what we can. I’m here if I can help. browser, so I’m mostly summarizing the news within my area of expertise. NNR summaries often contain some… Continue reading Year 6, Week 1 (January 16-22)
As I write this on Martin Luther King Jr Day, I am thinking about all his family is doing to further his work regarding advocacy for voting rights and reformation of the filibuster. It’s hard to feel like we’re making progress, as Mr. King notes in his op-ed, particularly given the voting rights news below.… Continue reading Year 5, Week 52 (January 9-15)
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