The U.S. Justice Department has blocked Texas’ voter-ID law. It did the same thing to South Carolina’s law in December. The move doesn’t immediately affect Kansas’ voter-ID law because Kansas isn’t required to receive Justice Department approval for voting changes, unlike Texas and South Carolina and other states that have had a history of voting-rights violations.
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