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States' Voter ID Laws Struck Down Ahead of November Election

U.S. courts have struck down voter identification laws as discriminatory in several states recently, ensuring voting rights for more minority and lower-income voters ahead of November's U.S. presidential election. On Friday, a federal appeals court struck down a law in North Carolina that required voters to show photo identification before casting ballots. The three-judge panel ruled the law, passed in April, had "discriminatory intent" because it would primarily affect...

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