Holder Would Make Texas a Test Case Over Voting Limits

, The National Law Journal

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The U.S. Department of Justice announced two legal actions that will make Texas the battleground over voter rights enforcement—and the spot where Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. makes a stand for the weakened Voting Rights Act of 1965.

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  • JB

    With the acclaimed criticism received throughout the US regarding election results, questioned process (chads), missing absentee ballots, military ballots not counted for, media early prognostication influencing voters in the western states coast, and recurring demands for recounts, at least let's make sure that appropriate identification is provided to ensure that the person voting is exactly who that person claims to be.

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