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Voting rights rule heads to Congress

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The Supreme Court, in halting enforcement of the federal government's most potent tool against voting discrimination, turned to Congress to draft new rules to determine which states and localities must get Washington's approval to alter election laws. But with Capitol Hill gridlocked by partisan politics, a replacement provision isn't expected this Congress or for many years, essentially...

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