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Your Turn: Voter ID Laws Suffer Blow, Changes Coming to Pepco

Wisconsin strikes a blow to voter ID laws, using a provision of the weakened Voting Rights Act to invalidate the Badger State's law. A botched execution in Oklahoma reignites the debate over capital punishment. And nuclear energy giant Exelon buys energy utility Pepco, sparking hopes of improved service for local residents. It's 'your turn' to weigh in on those and other stories in the news.

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