Ned Barnett

Raleigh News and Observer

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Editorial Page Editor at the Raleigh News and Observer in Raleigh, North Carolina

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North Carolina recently passed the toughest voting laws in the country, reducing early voting and same-day registration and limiting the types of voter identification that can be used…

Justice Department Files Suit to Stop NC's Voter ID Law

North Carolina recently passed the toughest voting laws in the country, reducing early voting and same-day registration and limiting the types of voter identification that can be used…

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