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Supreme Court rejects Arizona voter ID law

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The Supreme Court's rejection Monday of an Arizona law that demands voters prove they are citizens before casting ballots threatens to scuttle similar state laws nationwide. The justices decided 7-2 to uphold a lower court's ruling that rejected the law, which requires residents to show "satisfactory evidence" of citizenship when using a registration form produced under the federal motor-voter...

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