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The Supreme Court Could Change The Length Of Your State's Voter Rolls

It's against the law to kick someone off voter rolls because they don't vote. One organization says the state of Ohio is doing just that.
Posted at 3:42 PM, Jan 30, 2018

The Supreme Court will decide a monumental voting rights case this June. The state of Ohio says it's following the law by removing voters who fail to respond to a confirmation notice and vote in federal elections. The problem: It's illegal to remove someone from the voter rolls based on voter activity.

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