Monthly Archives: September 2019

The Week in Washington – 09/06/2019


North Carolina Special Elections Two special elections in the State of North Carolina will determine the newest members of the House. Voters in the 9th District are choosing between Dan Bishop, a Republican state senator, and Dan McCready, a Democratic businessman and Marine Corps veteran. The 9th District's seat was left open because the Republican [...]

The Week in Washington – 09/06/20192019-09-06T09:06:47-04:00

New Developments in Voting and Election Law


New York Voter Rights Expansion The New York state Legislature passed a sweeping election reform package with the Democratic Majority. The reforms include early voting and preregistration for 16- and 17-year-olds, in addition to giving initial authorization to constitutional amendments to enact Election Day registration and “no excuse” absentee voting[1]. The latter of which must be approved by [...]

New Developments in Voting and Election Law2019-09-04T09:39:09-04:00

DMGS Week in Review – September 1, 2019


Cannabis Fall Round-up In this week's blog post here, we review the latest developments related to cannabis legislation in state capitals around the country. Legislative Update: Electric Vehicles With Labor Day tomorrow, Americans all across the country are hitting the road for their last vacations before the unofficial end of summer. For some of our [...]

DMGS Week in Review – September 1, 20192019-09-01T15:44:37-04:00
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