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Strict Voter Identification Laws Advantage Whites—And Skew American Democracy to the Right

Originally posted at Scholars Strategy Network. Strict voter identification laws are proliferating all around the country. In 2006, only one U.S. state required identification to vote on Election Day. By now, 11 states have this requirement, and 34 states with more than half the nation’s population have some version of voter identification rules. With many […]
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