Federal Judge Upholds North Carolina Voter ID Law

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North Carolina's restrictive new voting laws have been denounced as racial and political discrimination on the part of the state's Republican legislature. But last night, in a 485-page ruling, Judge Thomas Schroeder ruled that they are constitutional. David Graham, a staff writer covering politics for the Atlantic, has more on the decision.


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