Pro to the question "Should Felons Who Have Completed Their Sentence (Incarceration, Probation, and Parole) Be Allowed to Vote?"
"There is no hard evidence that withholding people's right to vote will assist them or motivate them to pay off fines, court fees, or restitution. If we want people to be able to pay off fines, fees and restitution, a more logical focus would be on eliminating barriers to employment after incarceration rather than depriving them of a civil right."
"Should You Have to Pay to Vote?," Justice Matters, Fall 2006
Has worked with various organizations as a communications consultant including: Beyond Toxics (Eugene, OR), Crag Law Center (Portland, OR), Farmworker Housing Development Corporation (Woodburn, OR), Rogue Valley Oregon Action (Medford, OR), Spirit in Action (MA), Sponsors, Inc (Eugene, OR), and VOZ Workers Rights Education Project (Portland, OR)