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Attorney General Eric Holder remains steadfast in the fight to protect voting rights.
Leaders urge Americans to fight for passage of the Voting Rights Amendment Act.
If we are to continue building the greater and more unified nation that Martin Luther King envisioned, our democracy must be protected by a robust Voting Rights Act.
Wisconsin is on trial for limiting the voices of voters.
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 turns 48 today, and since it was signed into law it has been met with praise and condemnation.
Attorney General Eric Holder announces his agency has asked a court to require Texas to seek pre-clearance to change voting rules.
A look at some of the court rulings from U.S. Supreme Court's most recent sessions.
The Supreme Court's ruling on the Defense of Marriage Act was a great example of why courts should not substitute their judgment for the judgment of the people and the legislature. And it was all hypocritical bull crap.
The Supreme Court rules Congress must decide which states must get permission to change voting laws.
The Supreme Court may rule as early as Monday on a key provision of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.