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Take Your Souls to the Polls: Voting Early in Ohio

Take Your Souls to the Polls: Voting Early in Ohio

By Alisa Roth, ACLU at 6:22pm

It's Super Tuesday. Many Ohioans voted early, but early voting could be restricted if a bill pending in the legislature passes and cuts the early voting period by more than half.

Solitary Confinement: “More broken than when they went in”

Solitary Confinement: “More broken than when they went in”

By Alisa Roth, ACLU at 10:54am

Joe Giarratano is hardly a typical prisoner: he’s been involved in two Supreme Court cases; he’s been published in the Yale Law Journal; and he’s taught a class on non-violence, all while locked up in some of the toughest prisons…

Some Observations on Voter Registration in Florida

Some Observations on Voter Registration in Florida

By Alisa Roth, ACLU at 4:22pm

Terrifying is not a word I’d use to describe myself. I don’t even think it’s a word most other people would use to describe me. But I guess it all depends on your perspective.

I was in East Tampa, Florida a few weeks before…

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