Op-Ed

February 12, 2016 6:00 PM

When it comes to voting rights, North Carolina the new Selma

Voter fraud is coded language, and this coded language is used to justify laws and regulations that disproportionally impact certain communities

Today’s disenfranchisement efforts are cleverly disguised

Voting, a fundamental right, should be made easier – not harder

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