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Supreme Court: States can purge voters who don’t vote or respond to warnings

Failure to vote can lead to getting knocked off voter registration rolls, a divided Supreme Court ruled in a decision likely to help Republicans and harm Democrats. The court’s conservative majority said Ohio did not violate federal laws by purging voters who don’t vote or respond to warnings.
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