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Why Arizona Has Become a Battleground for Voting Rights in the U.S.

Arizona may see two new voting laws upheld this month as the Supreme Court is set to rule in the case of Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee. One regulation stipulates that only a family member, caregiver or a postal worker will legally be able to deliver ballots for somebody else. The second, asserts that any ballots cast out-of-precinct will be rejected. Republicans insist that the bills will ensure voter integrity, but some argue they could restrict voters of color. Find out more.

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Why Arizona Has Become a Battleground for Voting Rights in the U.S.
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