Supreme Court to hear arguments in Ohio voter purge case on Wednesday

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Supreme Court to hear arguments in Ohio voter purge case on Wednesday
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If you're registered to vote in Ohio, but didn't vote for three consecutive federal elections, you can be purged from voter rolls. Voting rights organizations say Ohio is violating the National Voter Registration Act. State officials say it's necessary to maintain up-to-date registration information. The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments for Husted v. A. Phillip Randolph Institute Wednesday morning on whether this voter purge process is legal.

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