DFA Daily — November 4th

November 4, 2013
By Leah Pickett | 0 comments

Top headlines today:

Contraception Case Adds Fuel to Senate’s ‘Nuclear Option’ Debate — Roll Call

Friday’s ruling proved just how big an influence judicial nominees can have on public policy.

NSA Chief Likely to Be Stripped of Cyber War Powers — The Hill

The decision would reflect growing concern over NSA chief’s powers and lack of oversight.

Texas’ Restrictive Voter ID Law Stops a Former US House Speaker from Getting a Voter ID Card — Huffington Post

The most recent high-profile figure to be delayed at TX polls shows that widespread voter disenfranchisement in the state is not limited to women.

Top DFA Clips:

From Governor to School Board, Lots of Seats on the Ballot — The Gazette-Virginian

Virginia Chapter of the National Organization of Women (Virginia NOW), Virginia AFL-CIO, Democracy for America and the Virginia Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers Union have endorsed [Jasper Hendricks].

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