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Supreme Court Leaves Arizona Voting Restrictions In Place

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The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that a pair of Republican-backed Arizona voting restrictions do not run afoul of federal law.

The high court rejected a challenge by Democrats on the measure, dealing a blow to voting rights advocates, according to The Hill.

The vote was 6-3, with Justice Samuel Alito writing for the Majority with the liberal members in dissent…

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2 comments

John Acord July 1, 2021 at 11:24 am

I’m surprised RINO Roberts voted for to uphold the AZ law. I suspect it has more holes than Swiss Cheese and just gives the appearance of election integrity.

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MNLine July 1, 2021 at 3:35 pm

They are not “voting restrictions” – everybody who’s entitled to a vote can still vote. They are security enhancements to prevent ballots that are not the single vote of an eligible participant.

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