Native Americans Decry Supreme Court Ruling on Voter ID in North Dakota

The Supreme Court building in Washington at sunset, Oct. 10, 2017.

(VOA News Online) – Civil rights groups are expressing outrage over a recent Supreme Court ruling that could make it harder for Native Americans in North Dakota to cast their votes in the upcoming midterm elections.

Last week, the Supreme Court ruled against overturning North Dakota’s controversial voter ID law which requires voters to present identification that verifies a current residential street address. Proponents of the law say it will help prevent voter fraud.

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