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Congress readies to consider Voting Rights Act revamp

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Less than a month after the Supreme Court struck down a key provision in the landmark 1965 Voting Rights Act, Congress has kicked off a long, arduous attempt to rewrite the federal government’s most potent tool against voting discrimination. The Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday held the first of what could be dozens of congressional hearings to determine which states, if any, need...

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