Hillary Clinton bites into voter ID laws

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is sounding more and more like a presidential candidate.

She was in San Francisco to accept the ABA Medal, the highest recognition from the American Bar Association.

She used the event to bite into voter ID laws, like the ones in Texas, saying they limit access to polls for minority voters.

She also blasted the recent Supreme Court decision that removed federal oversight of state and local election laws, a key provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. She said the Court’s ruling was a grave mistake.

Vice President Joe Biden agreed to go to Iowa next month for the annual ‘steak fry’ hosted by Iowa senator Tom Harkin. It draws a high-profile crowd of national Democrats.

The Slap Hillary game is online from The Hillary Project, and, as expected, it’s getting a lot of attention.

The anti-sexism group Ultraviolet says it’s collected more than 100,000 signatures on a petition demanding an end to the game.

And House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi tweeted that any violence against women is sick.

The Hillary Project is hitting back, asking why liberals didn’t complain about the Slap Sarah Palin game when it surfaced.

Something tells us it’s going to be a long three years.


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