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Texas Republicans Intentionally Discriminated Against Minority Voters, Court Rules

On Tuesday, hours after President Donald Trump refused to blame white nationalists for the violence in Charlottesville, a federal court ruled that congressional districts drawn by Texas Republicans after the 2010 election were enacted with “racially discriminatory intent” against Latino and African American voters. This is the seventh time since 2011 that a federal court has found tha
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