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ACLU sues Kansas over voter registration requirements Print E-mail
November 21, 2013
 
MARTHA T. MOORE, USA TODAY
 
The American Civil Liberties Union is suing Kansas over the state's refusal to allow residents to vote in state elections without showing proof of citizenship.
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State voter ID laws snare women with name changes Print E-mail
October 30, 2013

MARTHA T. MOORE, USA TODAY
 
Some states that have tightened their voter identification laws are using workarounds to avoid voting problems for women whose names have changed because of marriage or divorce – even as opponents of the laws warn there is still potential to disqualify female voters.
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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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