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Supreme Court Strikes Down Arizona\'s Proof-of-Citizenship Voter Requirement MP3

It is unconstitutional to make voters prove their U.S. citizenship to be able to register to vote. The Supreme Court made that reversal to Arizona law in a 7-2 decision. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal breaks down the details of that ruling with Judy Woodruff. Source: pbs.org

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