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Justice Department Gets Aggressive On Voting Rights

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After the Supreme Court threw out a key provision of the landmark 1965 law in June, the DOJ is taking action. This the department sued the state of Texas over its voter ID law. Texas officials immediately denounced the moves as stepping on states' rights. Host Rachel Martin talks to NPR's justice correspondent Carrie Johnson about the case.
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