Aug 05, 2015

Federal Court Strikes Down 'Discriminatory' Texas Voter ID - ABC News

A federal appeals court has struck down Texas' voter ID law, ruling that the Republican-backed measure first passed in 2011 violates the Voting Rights Act. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans said Wednesday that the Texas law, one of the toughest voter ID measures in the...

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