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Ballot Box

The battle over mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania

November 04, 2020

Just after Election Day, Republicans and Democrats disagree on whether states should consider mail-in ballots received after November 3. The issue has not yet been resolved, and Americans who voted by mail are anxiously waiting to see whether or not their votes will be counted in the 2020

Bush v Gore

Revisiting Bush v. Gore – just in time for Election Day 2016

November 03, 2016

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Civility in Politics

Has civility become extinct in politics?

October 11, 2016

Two law students talk about the positives and negatives they experienced at this summer’s political conventions. The 2016 election cycle has been one of many potential presidential firsts. Voters had the chance to choose the first female president, Hilary Clinton; the first Jewish president, Bernie Sanders; the first billionaire president, Donald

Vote Your Voice

Is your right to vote important? If so, will you make your voice heard?

September 27, 2016

Today, September 27, is National Voter Registration Day.  It seems like there is a national day for everything, we have a national day for ice cream, donuts, pizza ... the list is endless, you name it and somehow there is a day for it.  But, if you think about it, this