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Supreme Court Rejects Texas Appeal Over Voter ID Law

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from Texas in its effort to restore its strict voter identification law. 126 more words

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Election Night Lit The Badger State Red for the First Time Since 1984

Don’t call it a comeback…

The 2016 presidential election managed to muscle a few impressive feats of strength this year; it produced a reminder that exit polls aren’t a reliable forecast of end results, delivered an almost laughable example of how blatantly biased the media is and solidified the fact that people will only take so much for so long before they stand up for themselves and push back. 1,126 more words

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The Problem with Snopes.com

By Adam Zens

There appears to be another dubious debunking from Snopes.com recently regarding the president’s speaking schedule. It sounds like “hair-splitting” when you call it “false” that the president’s cancellation of speeches on behalf of Hillary are necessarily related to her recent FBI probe. 852 more words

Texas To Ask Supreme Court To Rule On Voter ID Law

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) The nation’s highest court may soon decide the fate of the controversial voter ID law here in Texas. 327 more words

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Will Black Republicans stand up against voter suppression in North Carolina?

The Supreme Court ruled that North Carolina’s voter I.D. law will not take effect in time for this year’s general election. 

Earlier this year, a federal appeals court struck down several provisions of the discriminatory law, saying it targets African-Americans with “almost surgical precision” in an effort to suppress the Black vote. 377 more words

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Will Black Republicans Stand Up Against Voter Suppression In North Carolina?

The Supreme Court ruled that North Carolina’s voter I.D. law will not take effect in time for this year’s general election. 

Earlier this year, a federal appeals court struck down several provisions of the discriminatory law, saying it targets African-Americans with “almost surgical precision” in an effort to suppress the Black vote. 377 more words

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