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June 2013 Archives

JUST IN:  Supreme Court Strikes down Part of 1965 Voting Rights Law, Setback for Minority Voters

JUST IN:  Supreme Court Strikes down Part of 1965 Voting Rights Law, Setback for Minority Voters

In a 5-4 decision the Supreme Court today struck down part of the historic 1965 Voting Rights law. In its decision the court has allowed states with history of voter discrimination the right not to seek federal government approval when changing their own voting laws. continue reading »

More Arizona Residents Registering to Vote Thanks to Supreme Court Ruling

More Arizona Residents Registering to Vote Thanks to Supreme Court Ruling

Motivated by the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision permitting Arizona residents to register to vote without presenting proof of citizenship, local organizations are hitting the streets to register Latino voters. continue reading »

AZ Proof of Citizenship Requirement Struck down by Supreme Court

AZ Proof of Citizenship Requirement Struck down by Supreme Court

In a vote of 7-2 the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Arizona law requiring proof of citizenship to vote. continue reading »

1.4 Million Latino Voters Are Not Asleep

1.4 Million Latino Voters Are Not Asleep

1.4 million more Latinos voted in the 2012 presidential election than in 2008. The number seems to be lost in the latest round of national political speculation. continue reading »