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Congress divided on voting rights law

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The Supreme Court left it up to Congress to come up with new requirements to combat voter discrimination when it struck down a key provision in the landmark Voting Rights Act. But with party leaders on Capitol Hill disagreeing on what to do, don't expect a sequel anytime soon to the now-defunct provision that for almost 50 years required states and jurisdictions with a history of voter...

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