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Dumping a Burden: Counties pick right time to challenge voting-rights strictures (access required)

In two Arizona counties, the civil rights movement may soon be giving way to a new era, one in which elections officials don’t need the federal government’s permission to make such mundane administrative changes as moving polling places or changing voter-registration deadlines.

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