- The Washington Times - Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Monday that she will soon tour the nation and deliver a series of speeches to promote more trust in government. She made her remarks at an annual American Bar Association meeting in San Francisco.

More specifically, Mrs. Clinton said she was launching a series of speeches on foreign policy. And as part of those addresses, she planned to speak about the need to restore faith in government, Breitbart reported.

She also bashed voter identification laws, telling 1,000 members of the ABA that these laws were frequently approved “under the cover of addressing the phantom epidemic of ‘voter fraud,’ ” Breitbart reported.

Mrs. Clinton received the group’s highest award for service to the law during the event, The Associated Press said.


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