After the first presidential debate Tuesday, many are asking about actions being taken to ensure a free and fair election this fall. On such tool is multi-state lawsuits, such as the one Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey joined in August against the Postal Service for service changes that would have threatened the use of mail-in ballots. (The Postmaster General has since said the biggest policy changes at the USPS will be suspended until post-election.) Healey joined Jim Braude to talk about these and other pro-democracy efforts, as well as high-profile cases in Massachusetts involving the Holyoke Soldier’s Home and the RMV.