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Navarro, Voting Rights & Gun Control

June 4, 2022

In This Episode:

The #SistersInLaw convene to lay out the GOP’s plans to use operatives as poll workers and suppress the vote, and how important strengthening those rights are.  Then, they discuss the indictment of Peter Navarro, what happens when someone is brought in to testify, and the acquittal of Michael Sussman after being targeted by John Durham.  Afterwards, they take on the need for a legal route to addressing gun violence and how it might be accomplished.

 

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Heidi Przbyla on the GOP using poll workers to challenge voters

From Barb on Durham’s Sussman fail

From Joyce on the DOJ’s review of the tragedy in Uvalde

 

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