Ari Berman, political correspondent for The Nation, brings new insight to the continuing battle over the right to vote, at a special National Constitution Center event.
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With more than two dozen governors objecting to a federal government plan to accept Syrian refugees, a spotlight has been placed on how the Constitution deals with these matters.
It was 238 years ago today that the Articles of Confederation, the first American constitution, was sent to the 13 states for consideration. It didn’t last a decade, for some obvious reasons.
On Friday afternoon, the United States Supreme Court said it would accept its first abortion case in eight years, which centers on a Texas law that restricts the availability of abortion clinics.
It was on this day in 1789 that Founding Father Benjamin Franklin wrote what was probably his last great quote, a saying about the Constitution and life that became true about five months later.