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The Power of Now
On One-Year Anniversary of Shelby County v. Holder Decision, Ifill Urges Passage of Bipartisan Voting Rights Amendment Act6/25/14
Alabama Public Radio Talks with Janai Nelson on the Ramifications of the Supreme Court Voting Rights Decision One Year Ago6/24/14
Shelby County V. Holder: One Year Later
Stop-and-Frisk. Voter ID laws. Jim Crow Redux. Reparations.
6/17/14Related Case or Issue:
It’s been nearly one year since the Supreme Court declared on June 25, 2013 in Shelby County, Alabama v. Holder that states with a history of chronic racial discrimination no longer needed to get Justice Department approval for changes to voting rules under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.