U.S. Justice Department to Monitor For Voting Changes Following Supreme Court Ruling
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Attorney General Eric Holder said the Supreme Court's ruling on Tuesday (June 25), which struck down an important part of the 1965 Voting Rights Act that is designed to protect minority voters, was a disappointing "setback" for voting rights and that it could potentially negatively impact millions of Americans. Holder said the Justice Department will now closely monitor jurisdictions around the country for voting changes that may "hamper voting rights".

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