More on the Carlsbad Voting Rights Case
by Timothy Sandefur
I spoke to Armstrong and Getty on their Northern California radio show this morning about the case of Griswold v. City of Carlsbad. That's the case in which my clients were forced to give up their right to vote in exchange for a building permit. Then I went in and argued the case before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. You can listen to the radio show here, (right-click and "save as"), and you can listen to the oral argument itself here.
Update: Here is a brief video of me explaining the Griswold case:
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