WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court said Tuesday it will take up a challenge to Ohio's system for purging its voter registration lists of residents who don't respond to notices after they fail to vote.
How the court decides the case will undoubtedly guide other states that seek to maintain accurate voter registration lists without dropping people from the rolls who are still eligible to vote.
The case involves conflicting demands of federal laws, which require states to maintain accurate voter registration lists but also to reduce barriers to the election process.
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Source: NBC News