The U.S. Supreme Court seemed ready on Tuesday to uphold Arizona’s restrictive voting laws, setting the stage for what happens in the coming months and years, as Republican-dominated state legislatures seek to make voting more difficult. Since the November election, and President Trump’s false claims that the balloting was rigged, Republican-run state legislatures have raced to pass new laws that would curb the modern-day expansion of the right to vote. Many of these laws likely will be challenged in court, and on Tuesday the Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that could set the parameters for which of those restrictive laws survive, and which don’t. Nina Totenberg, NPR.Read the Article
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