Scalia And Sotomayor Clash In Proof-Of-Citizenship Voting Case

Scalia And Sotomayor Clash In Proof-Of-Citizenship Voting Case


“The case involves an Arizona law adopted in 2004 that requires proof of citizenship prior to registering to vote (Prop 200). Challengers argue that it should be struck down because it violates a 1993 federal law (the National Voter Registration Act) requiring states to accept a registration form that lets most voters register to vote when renewing their drivers licenses or applying for social services, simply by attesting under oath that they are citizens.”

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Scalia And Sotomayor Clash In Proof-Of-Citizenship Voting Case