Mississippians at ‘Higher Risk’ of ‘Death’ Can’t Vote Absentee, State Tells High Court
Mississippi voters with pre-existing conditions who have “a higher risk of severe illness or death” if they contract COVID-19 while voting in person should not be allowed to vote absentee, the State’s attorney general and secretary of state said in a court filing today.
Offensive Monuments Can Become Powerful History Lesson After They ‘Expire’
Current debates around racism confirm that Confederate statues and Christopher Columbus statues, which effectively commemorate white superiority, have expired. What’s a nation to do with expired monuments?