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Morning Bell: Voting Rights at the Supreme Court Today

By Amy Payne, published in The Foundary

To understand what’s going on in the Supreme Court today, we have to go back in time.

The year was 1965. Hundreds of people gathered in Selma, Alabama, to march for black Americans’ right to vote. Some states, especially in the South, had set up obstacles to voting, such as charging would-be voters money or making them take a test. Continue reading

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