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Supreme Court decision halts Georgia voting rights lawsuit

WASHINGTON  A federal lawsuit challenging Georgia’s system of removing inactive voters from the registration rolls was formally withdrawn on Tuesday after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Ohio’s similar voter “purge” policy did not violate federal law. In a 5-4 decision, the high court held that Ohio is not violating the National Voter Registration Act by sending address-confirmation notices to registered voters when they fail to vote in a federal election — and then eliminating their names from the rolls if they don’t respond and fail to vote in the next two federal elections over a four-year period.

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BREAKING: SCOTUS Rules on Refugee Travel Ban — Issues Temporary Order to Restore It

Looks like liberals are going to be freaking out again this evening.  The Supreme Court has ruled on the travel ban.  And conservatives are going to like what they hear.  From Times of Israel:

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