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Prison voting: Who will bail us out of this decision?

On September 28, California Governor Jerry Brown signed off on a bill that will enable felons to vote in elections while still in county...

Elections controversies flare up in ASUCR

Tensions have spiked in ASUCR after two senate meetings, during which the removal of a laptopping bylaw and an attempt to overturn an executive...

ASUCR overturns executive order to reinstate justices; to vote on censure

In an early morning senate meeting, eight ASUCR senators, enough to supply a quorum, gathered to unanimously overturn an executive order by ASUCR President...

Why voters can hope for improvement in how they vote

California officials are considering making a transition to elections conducted exclusively by mail. In recent years, more than half the ballots cast in California’s...

United Community of Riverside: First Amendment Remedies

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of...

Proposition 47 and the reduction of prison populations

Californian midterm elections are almost here, and when heading to the booth on Nov. 4, a ballot to keep in mind is Proposition 47....

One Prop, Two Prop, Three Prop, Our Prop

California’s ballot propositions are a trademark of this state’s aggressively forward-thinking attitude and the most recognizable of the 22 states that allow both initiatives...

Editorial: Highlander Endorsements

This November, people around the country will go to the polls and cast their votes in the 2014 midterm elections. But it’s not just...

ASUCR: Galvan pushes for greater student voter registration

Members of ASUCR held their first senate meeting of the new academic year last Wednesday in the Senate Chambers at 6:30 p.m. to deliver...

Editorial: Divestment puts student participation on full display

By now, every student has heard the critiques before. We’re lazy. We’re entitled. We don’t want to take our eyes off our Facebooks or...