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Supreme Court rejects Arizona voter ID law

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The Supreme Court ruled Monday that states can’t demand would-be voters prove they are citizens before casting ballots in federal elections. The justices voted 7-2 to reject an Arizona law approved by voters in 2004 that requires residents to show “satisfactory evidence” of citizenship — such as naturalization papers, a birth certificate, passport or Indian tribal identification —...

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