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We Are Becoming a Nation of Vigilantes

Jon Michaels and David Noll New York Times
The new private enforcement laws endorse what amounts to a civilized form of vigilantism. Recent years have seen an alarming number of vigilante threats or acts against immigrants seeking asylum, Black Lives Matters protesters and voting rights driv

Heeding Steve Bannon, Election Deniers Organize to Control GOP

Isaac Arnsdorf, Doug Bock Clark, Alexandra Berzon and Anjeanette Damon ProPublica
Steve Bannon urged his followers to take over local-level GOP positions, inspiring thousands of Trump supporters to take control of the Republican Party at the local level and to reshape how elections are run.

What the Texas Abortion Ban Means For People Seeking an Abortion

Brittney McNamara TeenVogue
This is the first time a six week ban has gone into effect and the ban has handed enforcement to private citizens, rather than authorities. The bill allows private citizens to file civil lawsuits against anyone they believe “aids and abets.”

The South Grows More Racially Diverse Ahead of Redistricting Battles

Elisha Brown Facing South
Latest Census Bureau data shows the United States grew more racially diverse over the past decade — a change driven in part by an increase in the multiracial population and the growing number of Hispanic or Latino residents in Southern states...

Outlawing the Truth

Adam Sanchez The Progressive
Three things that could become illegal in my Philadelphia classroom if Pennsylvania House Bill 1532 becomes law: analyzing the original text of the U.S. Constitution, reading Martin Luther King Jr.’s writing, and discussing inequitable school funding
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