Supreme Court to review federal protections for minority voters

Supreme Court to review federal protections for minority voters

The Supreme Court cases involve two Arizona voting regulations that are commonly used across the country. We throw away the ballots of those who vote in the wrong riding. The other limit that can collect ballots cast early to deliver them to polling stations, a practice denounced by then President Donald Trump as a “harvest of ballots”.

But the biggest impact will be the test the increasingly conservative court is developing to prove VRA violations, as new laws are proposed and state legislatures begin to redesign congressional and parliamentary districts. after the 2020 census.

Reacting to false allegations of widespread fraud by Trump, Republican-led legislatures are rushing to enact new laws that reduce voting easements implemented in part by the coronavirus pandemic. Even though investigations by Trump’s Justice Department and other Republican officials have failed to substantiate the charges, they say changes are needed to ensure public confidence in the election results.

Liberal Brennan Center for Justice says lawmakers in 33 states have crafted more of 165 bills to restrict voting so far this year – more four times more than during the legislative sessions of last year. The group attributed the outbreak to “a series of baseless and racist allegations of electoral fraud” and accused lawmakers of “thwarting historic voter turnout” last year.

Arizona leads the country in restrictive proposals, the center said.

In 2013, the Supreme Court did …


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