Legal News of the Day: Supreme Court Says “No” to Arizona Voting Law

On Monday, the Supreme struck down a voter-approved Arizona law requiring prospective voters to prove U.S. citizenship before being to permitted to use the expedited federal “motor voter” registration form. The “motor voter” form allows prospective voters to register while applying for licenses with the state department of motor vehicles.

In addition to Arizona, four other states–Alabama, Kansas, Georgia, and Tennessee–have similar laws that are affected by the Supreme Court’s ruling. Read more about the Supreme Court decision here.

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