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Marcia Coyle's Take on the Supreme Court's Ohio Voter-Purge Arguments

Marcia Coyle, chief Washington correspondent at The National Law Journal, appears on PBS NewsHour to review the U.S. Supreme Court's arguments over the merits of Ohio's process to purge state voter rolls.       
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