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Supreme Court blunts voting rights in Arizona – and potentially nationwide – in controversial ruling

By Cornell William Clayton, C.O. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Washington State University
Michael Ritter, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Washington State University
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The court upheld two Arizona laws that limit when, where and how people can vote.The ruling further guts the Voting Rights Act at a time when many US states are passing more restrictive voting rules.


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