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In gutting Voting Rights Act, the Supreme Court adopts the Republican narrative on voting

Sacramento Bee
 2021-07-28

Cover picture for the articleThe Supreme Court — in stunning judicial activism — has essentially gutted the Voting Rights Act of 1965. This will make it very difficult to overturn laws restricting voting now being adopted in many states. The United States has a long and disgraceful history of racial discrimination in voting. In...

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Rainbow
07-29

Anytime you suppress peoples voting rights should be against the constitution. People marched, got beaten up, and even got killed for the right to vote. What the Republicans did ( which was very shrewd) was yell voter fraud in the 2020 election. They had case after case but found nothing. There was no fraud in the 2020 election. But as the re

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Bryan Hammon
07-30

non of these laws affect minorities. unless legally u can't get an ID which means you aren't able to vote anyways. Also because courts were unwilling to actually look at evidence because there is evidence of voter fraud. I've seen tons of proof firsthand. And it's always a word game with these people" no evidence of widespread voting fraud" that's 100% misleading. what that means is yes of course there is always going to be some voter fraud and so if you go looking yes u will find some

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Rainbow
07-29

but as the Republicans and Trump kept yelling voter fraud many especially Republicans believe it to be true. Then the Republicans get together with the help of Trump go state to state and change voting laws to suppress voting for people of color. This is not right. People of color have the right to vote just like everyone else. For the supreme court to give the Republicans the right to change voting which will cause voter suppression for people of color is unconstitutional.

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