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The Washington Post: Republican wins on abortion, voting, and guns cap their banner in 2021, with democratic goals in 'dire' danger despite Washington power

The Washington Post recently reported on new laws that impact abortion, voting, and concealed carry rights. The newspaper also examined a recent article by Carsey School Director Michael Ettlinger on the disparity between the popular vote and governing power in the United States. Read More

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