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Motor Voter Act, Cherokee Ancestry, and Anne-Marie Slaughter's New Book

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All eligible Californians will now be registered to vote when they get a driver’s license or state identification card. The new Motor Voter Act will go into effect next year. What will this law do for voter turnout? Then, the number of Americans who claim Native American ancestry is growing and the tribe claimed most often is Cherokee. But the popular story of Cherokee ancestry is a myth for most Americans. Next, fall TV arrives with new shows debuting and old favorites returning. Finally, we talk to Anne-Marie Slaughter, a former top-level State Department employee, about leaving her position to care for her family.