SCOTUS Rules Voters Can Be Removed From Vote Rolls; Check Your Registration

On June 11, 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States allowed the state of Ohio to remove registered voters from the rolls if they have not voted in a while.

This decision potentially paves the way for millions of infrequent voters, or those who moved recently, to be disenfranchised across dozens of states.

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