Nina Perales

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Vice President of Litigation for the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, based in San Antonio, Texas

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Civil Rights leaders and Attorney General Eric Holder are scheduled for White House meetings later today.

Attorney General Eric Holder on Collision Course with Texas On Voting Rights

Civil Rights leaders and Attorney General Eric Holder are scheduled for White House meetings later today.

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The President says he is "deeply disappointed" with  today's decision  by a divided US Supreme Court, this time over the voting rights of blacks and other minority citizens.

Another Split Decision, Another Political Firestorm

The President says he is "deeply disappointed" with today's decision by a divided US Supreme Court, this time over the voting rights of blacks and other minority citizens.

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