State Voting Laws may be Legal, but They Aren’t Ethical
"Across the country, voters, businesses, and national organizations (MLB) are waking up to the unethical efforts underway in states to suppress voting."
"States have the legal authority to construct election rules, including making it more convenient or more burdensome to exercise one’s voting rights. Whereas these actions may be legal, they may not be morally proper. In fact, most of these bills run contrary to basic ethical norms."
John Pelissero, senior scholar at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, published in The Mercury News.
May 15, 2021
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