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An appeals court has struck down a key path for enforcing the Voting Rights Act

A federal appeals court has struck down the main path for enforcing a key set of Voting Rights Act protections for people of color. The new ruling out of Arkansas sets up a likely Supreme Court fight.

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Hansi Lo Wang (he/him) is a national correspondent for NPR reporting on the people, power and money behind the U.S. census.