Opinion | How Congress should fix the Supreme Court’s damage to the Voting Rights Act


This new requirement would pose further work for the Justice Division and courts, nevertheless it shouldn’t be too onerous. If there’s nothing problematic with a rule change, approval must be unopposed, and swift. If the change is discriminatory, preclearance places the brake on the change till the state can justify it, quite than forcing voters to sue after the actual fact.


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