The Hill – The Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear North Carolina’s appeal of a lower court’s decision to strike down its voter ID law, effectively killing the law.
The court declined to overturn a Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals judge’s ruling striking down the controversial 2013 law.
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