Cafe : Opinion

State Courts Face Chaotic Onslaught Of Lawsuits As Election Day Looms
State courts are fielding sky-high numbers of lawsuits ahead of the midterms — including challenges to voting restrictions and to how elections are run.
2022 Brings An End To The Tradition Of Apolitical Secretaries Of State
The important role played by secretaries of state in administering fair elections is changing — and not for the better.
Biden Exposes Republican Hypocrisy On Israel’s Lebanon Deal
A historic Middle East deal reveals Republicans’ cynical calculus on Israel.
Lee Is Distancing Himself From Trump’s Big Lie Before Midterms. Here’s Why That Matters For Utah’s Latter-Day Saint Voters
Lee remains the favorite, but the fact that this is a competitive race speaks to how ongoing concerns continue to trouble the former president’s party, even in deeply red Utah
Jan 6 Panel’s Fact-Finding And Bipartisanship Will Have An Impact In Coming Decades, If Not Tomorrow
The process by which events become part of the public consciousness is slow and often imperceptible, but it is a legacy arguably as important as the discrete electoral or policy outcomes that emerge – or not – in the short term.
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