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Right to Vote v. Right to Purge

By Anderson Francois, Robert Popper Brian Cardile, Nicolas Sonnenburg | Jan. 19, 2018

U.S. Supreme Court,
Constitutional Law,
9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Jan. 19, 2018

Right to Vote v. Right to Purge

As SCOTUS considers Ohio's program to notice and then purge inactive voters from the state's registry, opposing amici Robert Popper (Judicial Watch) and Aderson Francois (Georgetown Law) offer competing takes on whether Ohio's approach violates federal law. Plus, reporter Nick Sonnenburg explains how the Department of Justice hopes to leapfrog 9th Circuit review of the Northern District's DACA injunction.



Brian Cardile

Daily Journal Staff Writer

Nicolas Sonnenburg

Daily Journal Staff Writer

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