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threatening to sanction attorneys for bringing voting rights claims is necessary to enforce the voting rights act.
ALSO THESE CLAIMS DID NOT BORDER ON THE FRIVOLOUS JUST BC YOU DISAGREE WITH THEM https://twitter.com/gabrielmalor/status/1431316701224841216
11th Cir. holds that requiring voters who choose to vote by mail to provide their own postage stamp is not a poll tax.
Note: "Plaintiffs' claims border on the frivolous. At this time, however, we are not imposing sanctions." https://media.ca11.uscourts.gov/opinions/pub/files/202013414.pdf
Many of my cases are just regular life disputes between family. Siblings fighting, moms mad at kids, parents arguing. Normal things we’d never see as criminal if it weren’t in criminal court, but someone got mad, called 911, didn’t know the long term ramifications + now we here
On one read, Fulton is decidedly narrow; on another, it represents a subtle but worrisome expansion of religious liberty at the expense of other fundamental rights. Read below! https://harvardcrcl.org/a-tale-of-two-fultons/ https://twitter.com/HarvardCRCL/status/1406982603094335492
New on the Amicus Blog: @samjuneneal examines the Supreme Court's limited decision in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, and what it means for both the future of free exercise principles and LGBTQ rights https://harvardcrcl.org/a-tale-of-two-fultons/