From the Times: After being passed easily by the state House, the voter ID law, which would require voters to present one
In his majority opinion, Roberts wrote that Congress may draft new language to fill the void left in Section 4's absence
In a 5-4 decision on Tuesday, the Supreme Court struck down Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act, effectively releasing certain
"However one aggregates the data compiled by Congress, it cannot justify the considerable burdens created by §5," Thomas
Sensenbrenner also argued that just because presidential turnout is high doesn't mean there isn't discrimination. Also, he
While considerable progress has been made, the Voting Rights Act's goal of making real the promise of the Fifteenth Amendment has not been fully realized.