Luna et al. v. Cegavske

Published On: October 30th, 2017

Intervention to defend Nevada’s recall procedures against unconstitutional applications of the Voting Rights Act. The Plaintiffs’ lawsuit seeks to impose unconstitutional restrictions on the democratic voice of Nevada citizens by extinguishing a means to hold government accountable and by ultimately seeking to prevent the state from holding an election altogether. This would be the ultimate denial and infringement on the right and freedom of citizens to participate in the electoral process.

United States District Court for the District of Nevada (Case Number 2:17-cv-02666)

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