Editorial Board

We The People

The Connecticut Law Tribune

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With the 2012 presidential election now behind us, this is the right moment to review this nation's voting process and the review is not a good one. The Preamble of the Constitution famously starts with the words "We the People," and promises "a more perfect Union. " If we want our "Union" to become even "more perfect," we must strengthen our national standards on the voting process, set a floor below which no state may fall, and clarify what voting rights no citizen may be denied.

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