In June, Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo managing partner Bob Bodian had been reading a lot about voter suppression in elections and how the 2016 election saw the lowest voter turnout since 1996. He decided to address the firm’s policy committee on what Mintz could do to help and to work with other firms to get an actionable plan together.

“In grade school, we learn that voting is a cherished right of democracy,” Bodian said. “But we make it as difficult as possible to do so. And that is reflected in the turnout.”

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