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What began on Facebook in November 2020 to assure folks that Joe Biden really had won the election (and that we just needed to wait for the counting to be completed) morphed into a larger discussion of the Trump campaign’s efforts to overturn the election in the courts, and then took on enormous gravity with the violent assault upon the Capitol on January 6, 2021. 

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Jay Kuo 

Admitted before the Supreme Court and 9th Circuit. A.B. In Political Science (Stanford) J.D. (UC Berkeley). Board member, Human Rights Campaign. CEO of The Social Edge. Composer of Allegiance on Broadway.