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Top voting rights news and analysis for February 14, 2020
Today's top new stories about voting rights and democracy.
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NEWS & ANALYSIS
February 14, 2020
Voting Rights News will be on hiatus next week. We'll return on February 24.
North Dakota Tribes Score Key Voting Rights Victory (NY Times):
“In a win for voting rights advocates, North Dakota agreed to a binding consent decree to ensure that Native Americans can vote without an ID that shows a residential addresses.”
North Dakota Attacked Native Voting Rights By Weaponizing People's Poverty Against Them (Esquire)
Native Americans defeat GOP's racist voter ID law in North Dakota (American Independent)
New Hampshire primary showed how student turnout can overcome voter suppression (Salon)
: “No barriers at the polls, but a post-Election Day poll tax for drivers.”
As the 2020 elections loom, the House hears testimony about Native voting rights (High Country News)
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California voters can switch party status on election day
Daily Inter Lake - Feb. 13
Kansas’ new elections chief sparks own voting-rights dispute
Associated Press - Feb. 12
OP-ED: Protect Voting for Incarcerated Marylanders
AFRO - Feb. 13
Judge tosses conservatives from felon voting rights case
City Pages - Feb. 14
Nevada Democrats Unveil New Caucus Plan After Iowa Chaos
New York Times - Feb. 13
Voting rights bill introduced in session’s fifth week
Washington State Wire - Feb. 12
Bill filed to require photo ID for voting at the polls in Wyoming
Oil City News - Feb. 13
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