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Back to the Future on Voter ID

Supreme Court buildingI further predict the case will be known as Crawford v. Marion County Election Board.

From the “DiversityInc” website, from the story “‘Racist’ Pennsylvania Voter ID Law Struck Down,” in between paragraphs touting the anti-voter ID Brennan Center:

Many observers have said these laws are the 21st century version of Jim Crow. There is a likelihood the Supreme Court eventually will rule on the legality of these laws, which now exist in some form in 30 states and have become more prevalent in the last two years in states with Republican-dominated legislatures.

I predict the Supreme Court will rule on the legality of these laws, and when it does, its decision will look something like this. (PDF).

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