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DOJ withdraws case against Texas' voter suppression
On Monday, the Justice Department made its first major shift away from the role as a defender of voting rights that it played under President Obama — and toward the role as a defender of voter suppression that it is likely to play under President Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
In a motion filed in a federal trial court, DOJ asked to withdraw an allegation it made against a Texas voter suppression law almost four years ago.


Further proof that the Republicans want less people to vote.

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