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Effect of Voting Laws Seen, But Not Enough to Sway Outcome

Fourteen states had new voting or registration restrictions in place for the 2016 presidential election, raising concerns that minority voters in particular would have a harder time accessing the ballot box. Voting experts believe the laws had some effect on turnout this year, but said it would be difficult to measure against other factors - such as a lack of enthusiasm for either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton and the decision of many people simply not to vote. They expressed...

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