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A look at the day’s political happenings, including the first charges filed in the deadly Benghazi terrorist attacks and a look at the donations of The Washington Post’s new owner.
In many states, the number of eligible Latino citizens that could be affected by barriers to voting exceeds the margin of victory of the 2008 presidential election.
When Michelle Obama called voting rights “the movement of our era” in a speech Saturday night, she didn’t specifically mention the Republican-led crusade for restrictive voter identification laws. She didn’t have to.
By Clay Bennett —
Racial nostalgists working to restore white political power through voter suppression may have an ally in the Supreme Court.
Bob Englehart, Cagle Cartoons, The Hartford Courant —
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