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Judge: Voting ID rules are OK; but fight far from over (access required)

A federal judge has agreed with the state that Arizona’s voter identification requirements do not violate either federal or state laws, but the fight against the statutes is far from over.Judge Rosyln Silver of the U.S. District Court in Phoenix supported nine separate contentions that laws requiring proof of citizenship to register to vote and ...

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