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Many states restrict the federal government’s access to identification databases, but privacy protections depend on where you live.
A county clerk accused an organizer of soliciting in a government building. The organizer said she was passing out flyers to people interested in getting help.
In Oregon, voters are steadily being added to the rolls because of a pioneering process.
That means Uber would not have to train test drivers when and how to take over from the computer when necessary, post an
I conducted the following interview yesterday, before the convention actually started. Denise Merrill is a Connecticut delegate (although not, as she pointed out to me, a superdelegate) and serves Connecticut as their Secretary of State. A recent achievement was the state becoming the first to pass a campaign finance reform law which created a public financing system for elections -- all the other states with such laws created them through ballot initiatives or referenda.
This blog consists of a series of letters written to my friend, a Syrian refugee who has moved into my neighborhood. We have
Pardon the pun, but transportation has always been a driving issue of the Disability Rights Movement and is one of our successes, as seen by all the transportation regulations mandated by the ADA, but we still need to band together and make sure we maintain and improve access to self-driving cars, as they improve.
Their goal: Determine how these systems work, why they are beneficial, and how states implement them. There's lots more good
California regulators want Google to prove its self-driving cars are as safe as people.
The following story was reported by the New England Center for Investigative Reporting, an independent, nonprofit news center
The first phase in Alabama was passing a strict voter ID law. The second phase was to close down more than 90 percent of DMV offices. The third phase may involve restricting voting to just four spots, unless the trend is reversed. And your state may be the next one to emulate Alabama.
In a democratic system, no right is more fundamental or necessary than the right to vote. So why are citizens required to opt-in to exercise their right to vote through voter registration?
In California, there are about 7 million people who are eligible to vote but never registered to do so, including 1.2 million in Los Angeles County. It's a shocking statistic, considering the sacrifices made to win passage of the historic Voting Rights Act, which marked its 50th anniversary this year.
An excerpt from my book, "One Thing for Certain, Two Things for Sure."
God's law trumps man's law. It is heartening to know that Mr. Santorum - and so many other Republican candidates for president - will not follow American laws in the Oval Office.
Up to 23 traffic accidents could be related to the fraud.