What the last decade’s laws did to American democracy
December 30, 20198:28 am
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When it comes to government efforts to protect elections and promote democracy in the U.S., the past decade has been an eventful one. Advocates for voting rights and reform saw some advances but also some major setbacks. The staff at The Fulcrum has been compiling a list of the top ten most consequential stories for American democracy. David Hawkings, The Fulcrum’s editor in chief, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to talk about it.