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Post mea culpa, Florida still at odds with civil rights groups on 2012 purge Print E-mail
October 10, 2013

MICHAEL VAN SICKLER, NAKED POLITICS via MIAMI HERALD

Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner may have spent the last week apologizing for the 2012 purge of non-citizens, but opening arguments started today in a trial that shows the controversy lives on.
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Civil rights groups claim N.J. violating 'motor voter act,' threaten to sue Print E-mail
October 2, 2013
 
RYAN HUTCHINS, THE STAR-LEDGER
 
TRENTON — Lawyers for the NAACP and a coalition of other civil rights groups claim New Jersey has been violating the National Voting Rights Act and say they will sue if changes are not made.
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Transparent voter suppression Print E-mail
September 20, 2013
 
Editorial, SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
 
It was a banner year for voter suppression in Texas. The Legislature in 2011 went all in to thwart threats to GOP political hegemony.
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