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Morning Docket: 07.01.22 – Above the LawAbove the Law

voting* Requiem for the Vote: The Six Christians of the United States (SCOTUS) are slated to hear a case on voting rights next term. [CNN]

* It’s the first of the month — here’s what’s new in Virginia. [WTOP]

* “Don’t Say Gay” just took effect in Florida. [The Hill]

* NJ’s limit on gun ammo capacity is probably about to go the way of the Establishment Clause. [New Jersey Monitor]

* In today’s episode of anti-CRT: Chattel slavery was just an involuntary relocation. [AP]

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