Editors’ Note: Excerpted from HuffPost, July 18, 2019. By Sam Levine Prominent voter fraud activist J. Christian Adams has agreed to apologize to a group of Virginia citizens whom his organization wrongfully identified as noncitizens, as part of a settlement… Read More ›
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It used to be that high school officials could censor student journalists’ media content with impunity but in recent years, after court challenges that upheld the student newspapers’ right to publish, such cases have dramatically declined. Now, however, a… Read More ›
Editors’ Note: Excerpted from the July 7, 2019, New York Times. Sometimes it simply depends upon your point of view to solve conflict. By Ganesh Sitaraman and Anne L. Alstott The struggle between capitalism and socialism is back. “America will never be a… Read More ›
Editors’ Note: Fifteen months ago, at its inception, VoxFairfax critiqued the precedent-shattering decision that individuals had a Constitutional right to bear arms. Tomorrow, a special legislative session on gun safety laws commences in Richmond. While SCOTUS has continued to follow precedent… Read More ›
Virginia has a history of being known for shameful moments: last winter’s brouhaha over the governor’s appearing in blackface, the attorney general’s admission to similar activities as a young man, and the lieutenant governor’s being charged with sexual assault by… Read More ›
In June 2019, the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) rejected an appeal in a gerrymandering case from Virginia, holding that the legislature’s House alone did not have standing to challenge lower federal court rulings that found the state’s 2011 redrawn districts racially… Read More ›