Justices give mixed signals on Arizona's voter registration law

, The National Law Journal

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Arizona's attorney general on Monday told the U.S. Supreme Court that states could demand more proof of citizenship than federal law does to determine who is eligible to vote.

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  • Are you kidding me?

    How about making voter registration a part of the LEGAL immigration process? Then, when you come to this country LEGALLY, you have help getting over these "state procedures and burdens... standing as an obstacle, a barrier".



    When you come to this country ILLEGALLY, YOU SHOULDN’T GET TO VOTE!!

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