Arkansas Voter ID Law Struck Down
The highest court in Arkansas has struck down a restrictive voter ID law passed by the state’s Republican-controlled legislature, calling the measure ‘unconstitutional.’
The Associated Press reports:
Earlier this week, a federal appeals court upheld a voter ID law in Texas which critics have said severely and negatively impacts the ability of specific communities of people, including Black and Hispanic voters, students, low-income citizens, and the elderly, to vote.
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