Congress, Justice Department Eye Changes to Voting Rights Act
A divided U.S. Supreme Court voided a key anti-discrimination provision of the law.
Senate Democrats and House Republicans have held hearings to explore how Congress might fix the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and its newly unconstitutional Section 4, and Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. announced a shift in resources in the Civil Rights Division to focus on elements of the law that remained untouched by the high court's ruling in June.
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