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Top voting rights news and analysis for February 10, 2020
Today's top new stories about voting rights and democracy.
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NEWS & ANALYSIS
February 10, 2020
A New Hampshire law sought to ‘eliminate confusion’ about voting. Instead, it created more of it. (Boston.com)
: “Democrats have accused Republicans of trying to suppress the Democratic-leaning vote of college students.”
Stacey Abrams' voting rights group brings in big bucks ahead of 2020 election (CBS News)
As League of Women Voters turns 100, local chapter remains focused on ‘Making Democracy Work’ (Chicago Tribune)
Voting Process Under Spotlight After Iowa Confusion (MSN)
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District of Columbia
Here Are The Proposals To Change Voting Rules In The D.C. Region
WAMU - Feb. 10
Florida sees confusion a year after allowing convicted felons to vote
FOX News - Feb. 9
Could Fee-Based Voting Restrictions Tilt The 2020 Election?
Law360 - Feb. 9
Federal district judge deals blow to Gov. Kemp on voter roll purge
11Alive - Feb. 10
Illinois Board of Elections, Dept. of Corrections work on data error
Morris-Herald News - Feb. 8
A Maryland bill would require colleges to develop plans for making voting accessible
The Diamondback - Feb 10
Overseas Ohio voters could be blocked by security measures meant to stop hackers
Columbus Dispatch - Feb. 10
South Dakota bars IDs and 'disenfranchises' tribal citizens
Associated Press - Feb. 9
Smith and Gastanaga: Don't turn back now: Pass Virginia's bipartisan gerrymandering solution
Roanoke Times - Feb. 9
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