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Birmingham News publishes commentary on Gooden case

The Birmingham News has published a commentary by my co-counsel, Ryan Paul Haygood, on our Gooden v. Worley case. Ryan discusses the background of Mr. Gooden's case and what we are seeking. He notes that Secretary of State Nancy Worley is "is flouting Alabama's constitution and laws by advising county registrars throughout Alabama to refuse to register" people like Gooden who have been convicted of crimes that the Alabama Constitution does not list as disfranchising.

For a complete copy of the editorial commentary, click here.

This entry was posted by Edward at 1:12 PM, 25 March 2006 | Categories: News Room , Voters


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