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Senior Legal Fellow Hans von Spakovsky discusses Attorney General Eric Holder pursuing Texas on the Voting Rights Act after it was struck down on PBS'
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Senior Legal Fellow Hans von Spakovsky discusses Congressman Jim Moran's son and campaign staffer, Patrick Moran, and the undercover video revealing his involvement in voter
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Senior Legal Fellow and Manager of the Civil Justice Reform Initiative at the Heritage Foundation discusses his new book, ""Who's Counting? How Fraudsters and Bureaucrats
Senior Legal Fellow Hans von Spakovsky discusses his new book, 'Who's Counting', on SBCglobal's The Mark Carbonaro Show.
Senior Legal Fellow Hans von Spakovsky discusses military voting rights on Hannity Radio.
Hans Van Spakovsky discusses voter ID laws on Inside E Street.
Edwin Meese, Distinguised Fellow in Public Policy and Chairman of the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies at the Heritage Foundation, discusses the fight over
Hans Von Spakovsky, Senior Legal Fellow and Manager of the Civil Justice Reform Initiative at the Heritage Foundation, discusses issues surrounding the Texas voter ID
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