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Supreme Court strikes down Arizona voting law, but leaves door open to challenges (access required)

In the first of two widely-anticipated voting rights decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court this month, the justices struck down Arizona’s voter-imposed law requiring residents to show proof of citizenship in order to register to vote in federal elections.

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