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Politics (Page 7)

November 5, 2022

New York Set to Vote on $4.2 Billion in Funding for Green Projects

New Yorkers will cast their votes during Tuesday’s midterm election for a $4.2 billion bond act,  Proposition 1, which will go toward investments in clean infrastructure and environmental conservation.

Kwon Atlas

November 4, 2022

Community, Journalism and Politics: A Q&A with Kwon Atlas

(DENVER) — Kwon Atlas wears many hats. He’s an entrepreneur, activist, politico and journalist. But around Five Points, the neighborhood he calls home, Atlas is best known as the guy who tackles big problems with creative solutions. 

November 4, 2022

Blind Persons Sue State of Alabama for Right to Vote Privately

In Alabama, blind citizens cannot vote using paper ballots without help from a sighted person. The lawsuit contends that this violates their right to vote privately and independently. 

“I voted” stickers in English and Spanish, Virginia, USA, November 2014.

November 4, 2022

Judge Limits Ballot Box Vigilantes in Arizona

A US District Court judge in Arizona blocked a QAnon conspiracy-theory-based vigilante group from intimidating voters at ballot boxes.

October 30, 2022

LA Council Members Face Mounting Pressure to Resign

The pressure to resign continues for Los Angeles City Council members Gil Cedillo and Kevin de León. The two embattled councilmen have faced weeks of protests at city hall and outside their homes after a recording filled with racially charged language about groups throughout Los Angeles surfaced.