headintherealworld9 karma2013-06-27 16:13:43 UTC
Could you possibly elaborate in layman's terms why the VRA was 'gutted'? From my minimal reading on the ruling, they only invalidated the provision of the act that requires specific states to get federal permission for changes to elections? While personally I think it will have a negative impact, the ruling didn't surprise me since I assumed it would be seen as basically unequal treatment of states at the federal level. If my understanding is way off, I would appreciate any suggested articles or explanations you could direct me to.
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headintherealworld1 karma2014-12-27 22:52:06 UTC
Do you have any plan for any unexpected long-term illness or injury? How long do you expect to live this way, and when you plan to stop what is your plan for settling down? Basically, do you have any plans for your basic needs in the 10+ year time frame?
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