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Voting Law 101: What Voters and Advocates Need to Know (REPLAY)

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Voting Law 101: What Voters and Advocates Need to Know (REPLAY)
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Voting Law 101: Federal and State Laws
Explore federal voting law as well as Texas voting law, and discuss how federal constitutional rights to vote vary from state to state, the conflicts between constitutional and state laws, and what voters need to know to continue to vote under the new laws.
 
Voting Law and Overcoming Barriers to Entry
Democracy is intended to be an inclusive process, but for many, the barriers to the ballot box seek to exclude them. Allison and Mitchell will explore how advocacy can be utilized to lower these barriers to the ballot box, so that Democracy returns to an inclusionary state.

Includes: Video Paper Slides

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 1.50
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 8/31/2023

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1. Voting Law 101: Federal and State Laws (Jan 2022)

Julie Ebenstein, Ranjana Natarajan

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Voting Law 101: Federal and State Laws (Jan 2022)

Explore federal voting law as well as Texas voting law, and discuss how federal constitutional rights to vote vary from state to state, the conflicts between constitutional and state laws, and what voters need to know to continue to vote under the new laws.

Originally presented: Dec 2021 Voting Law 101: What Voters and Advocates Need to Know

Julie Ebenstein, American Civil Liberties Union - New York, NY
Ranjana Natarajan, Univ Of Texas School Of Law - Austin, TX

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2. Voting Law and Overcoming Barriers to Entry (Jan 2022)

Mitchell D. Brown, Allison Riggs

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Voting Law and Overcoming Barriers to Entry (Jan 2022)

Democracy is intended to be an inclusive process, but for many, the barriers to the ballot box seek to exclude them. Allison Riggs and Mitchell Brown will explore how advocacy can be utilized to lower these barriers to the ballot box, so that Democracy returns to an inclusionary state.
 

Originally presented: Dec 2021 Voting Law 101: What Voters and Advocates Need to Know

Mitchell D. Brown, Southern Coalition for Social Justice - Durham, NC
Allison Riggs, Southern Coalition for Social Justice - Durham, NC