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JAMA Network Quotes Professor Nina Kohn on Elders and Voting

Friday 10/2/2020

Some observers have raised concerns that votes cast by people with dementia might actually represent the views of those assisting them, although there’s little evidence of voter fraud in nursing homes, said Nina Kohn ...

Nina Kohn

Professor William C. Banks on Spectrum: Election Could Go Off the Rails

Friday 10/2/2020

“On a scale of one to 10, I’d say my worry is about a nine,” Banks said. “There are several plausible scenarios that could cause this election to go off the rails.”

William C. Banks

The Detroit News Speaks to Professor Nina Kohn About Voting & Michigan Nursing Homes

Tuesday 9/29/2020

“When family are limited in their ability to go into the nursing homes, they may not be able to provide that critical help,” Kohn said ...

Nina Kohn

AARP Interviews Professor Nina Kohn About Voting in Nursing Homes During a Pandemic

Thursday 9/24/2020

“It’s a bloody mess is what I would say,” Nina Kohn, a professor at the Syracuse University College of Law and a distinguished scholar in elder law at Yale Law School, says of the confusion around voting from nursing homes this year ...

Nina Kohn

Professor Michael Schwartz Discusses Disability Rights Initiatives on Uzbekistan TV

Tuesday 9/22/2020

Disability rights expert Professor Michael Schwartz and Mirjahon Turdiev G’20, Vice Chairman of International Relations for the Association of Disabled People of Uzbekistan, appeared on national Uzbekistan TV recently to discuss the disability law clinic they have created at Tashkent State University ...

Michael Schwartz

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