Denied the Right to Vote Because They’re Poor | Robert Reich
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Denied the Right to Vote Because They’re Poor | Robert Reich

Voter suppression laws
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Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich gives us his rather informed opinion about voter suppression laws: they are unconstitutional…

Poor people may have some insight into what’s wrong with the country, don’t you think? Yet Republican legislators create devious ways to prevent them from voting. Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich gives us his rather informed opinion on voter suppression laws: they are unconstitutional.


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