Feels Like Fall
October 28, 2023
In This Episode:
Kimberly Atkins Stohr hosts #SistersInLaw to review the latest legal developments in the prosecutions of members of Trump World. They cover Trump’s latest sanctions, the plea deal of Jenna Ellis in the Rico case, and the role of Mark Meadows– weighing the rationale behind the relatively light plea deals and the differences between cooperation and immunity. Then they break down the gerrymandering case in GA with a look at how demographic changes make it racially based, and the political impact of redrawing congressional maps with elections looming. Following that they lament the tragic shooting in Maine, and explain the yellow flag gun laws there, the necessary requirements for gun removal, and how they differ from red flag laws.
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