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Federal panel weakens Voting Rights Act, queuing up likely SCOTUS showdown

  • A federal appeals court ruled that only the U.S. Government, not private parties, can sue under the Voting Rights Act, hindering challenges to racial discrimination in voting.
  • The decision could lead to a battle at the U.S. Supreme Court and impose higher hurdles on those seeking to fight voting rights violations.
  • The ruling would impact black voters' ability to challenge racial discrimination in voting and could hinder their fight for voting rights equality.
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