Supreme Court Seems Poised to Rule Against Key Provision of Voting Rights Act

Conservative Supreme Court Justices expressed strong reservations today about a key provision of the Voting Rights Act that is intended to protect the rights of minorities and suggested it could be in danger. That section of the landmark 1965 law says that certain states, mostly in the South, must get any changes to voting regulations precleared by federal officials in Washington, D.C. RELATED: Challenge to the Voting Rights Act Reaches Supreme Court Solicitor General Donald B. Verrilli Jr....Full Story
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