Archive for 'Law'

Connecticut ballot questions

November 3rd, 2008 – 7:31 pm
Tagged as: Connecticut,Law

It’s an unusual year here in Connecticut, as we have two statewide ballot questions to deal with on November 4th. 1. “Shall there be a Constitutional Convention to amend or revise the Constitution of the State?” This is the important one. Right now the Connecticut State Constitution can only be changed by a yes vote […]

Prop 8 is about discrimination

November 3rd, 2008 – 7:02 pm
Tagged as: Law,Rights

Here’s what happens when you replace “same-sex marriage” with “interracial marriage” in a pro-H8 ad: via Wil Wheaton If you’re a California voter, be sure to go out and vote NO on Proposition 8 tomorrow.

Right votes, wrong reasons

January 29th, 2008 – 11:26 pm
Tagged as: Law,Politics

In case you find yourself thinking that the majority of Senate Democrats actually care about things like the rule of law, Glenn Greenwald puts Monday’s vote into perspective for you: Senate Democrats today took a stand for their procedural rights, not against telecom immunity or warrantless eavesdropping. After all, many of the Senate Democrats who […]