News and Updates for Republican Law Students

Want to Start a RNLA Chapter?

 

A RNLA Law School Chapter could be a great asset to your law school, and professional development. Chapters flourish best when established before August so consider beginning your application process now.  All officers must be current law school members. For more information please email Brittany Walker at [email protected]
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NH Governor Overrules Democrat Secretary State Efforts to Prevent Vote Fraud

Democrat New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan vetoed a bill that would require a 30-day waiting period to vote claiming the bill “places unreasonable restrictions upon all New Hampshire citizens’ right to vote in this state…”

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The Rest of the World Requires Voter-IDs

When the court upheld Indiana voter-ID laws in Crawford v. Marion County Election Board, even the liberal Supreme Court Justice, John Paul Stevens, wrote that voter-ID laws do not constitute an undue burden on people trying to vote. Yet, liberals continue to think this argument will prevail. While only 18 states have voter-ID laws, Democrats have taken up the fight against voter-ID laws and painted them as racists.

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While DOJ Declares TX a Vote Fraud Leader, Dem Leaders Fight Voter ID

Last fall, the left went into hyperbolic craziness about voter ID in Texas.  Then nothing happened and no evidence of suppression happened.  The reason for this is obvious, voter ID does not suppress votes.  But maybe the reason for the vehement fight against voter ID is not as obvious. 

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Q and A with Florida Representative Paul Renner, a former RNLA Chapter Leader

1. Did being so involved in RNLA as a leading authority on military voting and a chapter leader help you?

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Clinton’s Email Arrangement Was Not ‘Permitted’

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lied about her use of a personal email and private server for official government business, and then deleted thousands of emails. Clinton then falsely claimed the House of Representatives Benghazi Select Committee never subpoenaed her.

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Elections Overturned by Vote Fraud

For those who believe voter fraud does not exist, here are some of the bizarre stories of voter fraud that took place in just the past six months as compiled by The Daily Signal:

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Democrats and Republicans Agree Iran Deal is a Bad Deal

In a world where Tehran shouts “Death to America,” Obama strikes a newIran nuclear agreement that is much weaker than his administration originally pitched. Many leaders note that the agreement is certain to lead to the emergence of a nuclear Iran.

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Kansas Makes Reporting Voter Fraud Easier

Kansas Secretary of State, Kris Kobach, added a new website link to report suspected voter fraud in addition to a voter fraud hotline. This is after Kobach gained the power to prosecute voter fraud instead of reporting them to a local district attorneys office. The message on the KA Secretary of State’s Office website says,

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Reports Find Overwhelming Support for Voter ID Laws

First, as Scott Walker stated,

 

Hillary Clinton's rejection of efforts to make it easier to vote and harder to cheat not only defies logic, but the will of the majority of Americans.

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