Lauren McCauley, staff writer
"This should send a clear message that communities of color, advocates and allies are fighting back and yielding results from North Carolina to Georgia, Wisconsin and across the country," said Judith Browne Dianis, executive director for the Advancement Project. (Photo: Memphis CVB/cc/flickr)
With less than two months to go before the U.S. presidential election, a number of states are still trying to push through what advocates decry as "thinly veiled discrimination" in the form of restrictive voter identification laws. Arguments are being heard Monday in Washington, D.C. district court over whether proof-of-citizenship requirements in...
Sarah Smith, ProPublica
There are 15 states with new voting laws that have never before been used...
- Common Dreams staff
What do Kansas, Louisiana and Nebraska have in common today? Democrats in all...
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