The state’s reduction in the number of polling places created long lines that effectively disenfranchised voters.
The last ballot in Arizona was cast last night at 12:12 AM, over five hours after the polls closed.
When you create the impression that voting is difficult, fewer people do it.
A big win for those who think that voters should choose their representatives, not the other way around.
The GOP’s “states’ rights über alles” position against gay marriage is racist, in addition to homophobic.
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A look at the attempt by some on the right to claim that Arizona’s bigoted law was simply “misunderstood.”
Colbert: “SB1062, a bill defending my religious right to deny sodomites pastry.”
With the defeat of Arizona’s “religious freedom” bill, it’s time to reflect on the past and future of LGBT rights.
And Mississippi has now scaled back its “religious freedom” bill to ensure it doesn’t repeat Arizona’s mistake.
And even GoDaddy, a notoriously Republican company, came out in opposition to SB1062 today.
Arizona opened up such a huge can of whoopass that even Fox News’ Megyn Kelly and Brit Hume criticized the bill.