Federal Lawsuit Challenges Race-Exclusive Vote in Guam

November 23, 2011

Human Events

11-23-2011

by Terry Pell

Together with election law attorney Christian Adams, author of Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department (Regnery), the Center for Individual Rights today filed suit against the Government of Guam challenging its plan to hold a race-exclusive plebiscite on the question of whether Guam should seek

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CIR files suit against Guam

November 21, 2011

The Center for Individual Rights filed suit today against Guam, the Guam Election Commission and seven named Guam officials for discrimination on the basis of race and ethnic heritage under Guamanian laws that prohibit individuals who are not “native inhabitants of Guam” from voting on a plebiscite concerning Guam’s future

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CIR Challenges Guam Referendum

November 21, 2011

“Chamorro-Only” plebiscite violates Constitution

Washington, DC— The Center for Individual Rights filed suit today against Guam, the Guam Election Commission and seven named Guam officials for discrimination on the basis of race and ethnic heritage under Guamanian laws that prohibit individuals who are not “native inhabitants of Guam” from voting on

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Supreme Court to hear Obamacare challenges

November 14, 2011

Today the U.S. Supreme Court granted numerous petitions for review of various appellate-court rulings in cases challenging the Affordable Care Act, or “Obamacare.”  Among the petitions granted were those of both the government and the private plaintiffs (represented by former CIR board member Michael Carvin) in Florida v. HHS.  In that case,

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