Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

“Any bit of suppression can make a big difference" in a close race, warned one voting rights advocate.
A Justice Department lawyer also apologized to a federal judge for the commission's failure to disclose documents ahead of a meeting.
The timing of two letters sent from the department and the commission raised eyebrows.
An official wants states to wait until a judge making a ruling in a lawsuit against the committee.
Note to states that want to dilute the votes of minorities: SCOTUS is watching.