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By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
Can Providing Truthful Information of Public Interest Be Made Criminal?
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
The fascinating Conclaves system for electing a new pope, which has been in place since the late 1200s is described in "Creating the Rules of the Modern Papal Election," published in Election Law Journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers.
Nevada election officials ignore a ruling by District Court Judge. Judge Rob Bare declared Andrew Martin ineligible to be a candidate because of the overwhelming evidence showing he did not live in the district as required by law.
By Robert Sandera for President
Robert Sandera Ran For President To Restore An Honest Government Cleaning Up Corruption To Serve And Help His Fellow Countryman Says He Will Sue Because Republicans Actually Lost Congress.
By Bill Schappert
Many Americans are now able to cast their votes before the actual Election Day in their state, opting to submit an early “absentee” ballot. But in a presidential primary, early “convenience” voting may have unexpected consequences.
By Croneal Consulting Group
Reports to Cost Subscribers $84/Year, or $7/Month
By Croneal Consulting Group
Croneal Consulting Group has decided to educate prospective subscribers about the benefits of a subscription to its lobbying portal, or as an alternative, its lobbying reports only option.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
The Supreme Court is poised to decide perhaps the most important election law case since Bush v. Gore. The case is a challenge to Indiana’s law requiring voters to present photographic identification before being able to cast a vote at the polls.

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