The Democratic nominee would be far better advised to present a bold agenda for change, than to be painted as a defender of our corrupted politics and our rigged economy.
Some problems have already popped up. Long lines and voters being turned away are just a few.
Indiana has recently made some extremely controversial movements in history these past couple weeks. A recent decision, to imprison a woman for what she says was a miscarriage but what Indiana’s government believes was an attempt to end her pregnancy, has left many feeling disturbed.
If enough student debtors in enough RFRA states joined in a class action lawsuit against the financial institutions and got enough public awareness drawn to their cause, one of two things would happen: either the RFRA laws are upheld and the student loans are forgiven, or the RFRA laws are rendered unconstitutional and student debtors are still bound to their debt agreements.
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