But when reauthorizing the VRA
in 2006, Congress and President Bush acted as if nothing had changed.
Imagine, then, that Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez characterized the Justice Department's stance in Texas as an effort to block a vigorous Republican gerrymander and announced that the agency was using the VRA
as a convenient legal hook to accomplish this purpose.
33) To many, bailout seems like the perfect way for the Court to avoid unfairly regulating localities (no matter how small and apolitical), as long as those localities have had a spotless ten-year record of abiding by the VRA
- a Better Alternative to Hardware- and Software-based RAID
Voting Rights--and Wrongs is a superb account of the VRA
over the last 45 years.
Last December VRA
averaged a record 114 flights per week.
Finding that there were persuasive reasons to conclude that Congress did not intend to include felony disenfranchisement within VRA
coverage, the court decided that it must look beyond the plain meaning of the statute.
has come to threaten Madisonian Republicanism.
Smart grid solutions to be deployed in Ghana for VRA
include: BPLG's Power SG(R) Network Monitoring and Management, Rapid Fault Location, Demand Management, Non-Technical Loss Management, Substation Automation, Transformer Monitoring and CCTV Security Systems.
The Seaside Park dirt track's season opens March 8 with VRA
Sprints, Dwarf Cars, IMCA Modifieds, Junior Midgets and Mini Dwarfs.
Although few have quarreled with the purpose or success of the VRA
7) Though none of these challenges have succeeded--and two circuits have held that the VRA
simply does not apply to felon disenfranchisement (8)--the Ninth Circuit recently allowed a VRA
challenge to the State of Washington's felon disenfranchisement provision.