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Friday, March 16, 2012
While Obama's Attorney General Holder is attempting through lawsuits and questionable application of the Voting Rights Act to eliminate or restrict Voter ID laws in various states. Most recently the DOJ has decreed in TEXAS that they cannot apply their Voter ID laws - apparently what is constitutional and correct in many other states somehow becomes unconstitional in those states where the DOJ has retained oversight authority under the Voting Rights Act.
Of course all of these cases will work their way through the court system and likely end up at the Supreme Court which has already ruled on a previous suit of this type...
The Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of these laws in its 6-3 decision in a 2008 case over Indiana's law - Crawford v. Marion County Election Board.
Posted by NewGuy at 10:25 AM