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  1. "Voter's Bill of Rights" Petition Blocked (MSNBC News)
      "Ohio remains the single most pivotal state for presidential elections, so its rules for voting could well have major national implications come 2016."

      "The Ohio Legislative Black Caucus (OLBC) wants a constitutional amendment that would declare voting 'a fundamental right,' expand early voting, and make it harder to use challenges to disqualify ballots, among other measures. The effort is a response to an aggressive push by state Republican lawmakers to make voting more difficult. Bills that would cut early voting, end same-day registration, and make it harder to get an absentee ballot are likely to pass the GOP-controlled legislature in the coming weeks."

      "Earlier this month, the OLBC submitted its proposed amendment to the office of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, a Republican, along with more than 1,000 preliminary signatures, as required by law. But last week, DeWine announced that he wouldn’t approve the measure, citing what he called 'misrepresentations' in the text of the proposed amendment." 02-14

  2. -04-30-07 Voter Fraud Prosecution in Milwaukee (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
      "It's not as if U.S. Attorney Steve Biskupic's office didn't file any voter fraud cases."

      "It's just that Biskupic's crew was often unsuccessful when it did."

      "Stunningly unsuccessful." 04-07

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