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North Carolina Governor and Attorney General Take Steps to Withdraw From Voting Restrictions Lawsuit
“It’s time for North Carolina to stop fighting for this unfair, unconstitutional law and work instead to improve equal access for voters," said Gov. Roy Cooper.
The Alliance Defending Freedom keeps making the same legal arguments in different states—and keeps losing.
The Trump administration's fact-free voter fraud claims can be traced to the post-Civil War era, when “efforts to impinge criminality and lack of valid citizenships on African Americans were used to justify a myriad of restrictions that many states put ultimately into their constitutions," said Denise Lieberman of the Advancement Project.