Hot! Supreme Court to Hear Native American Voter Rights Case

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The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear a case on an Arizona voter-rights law that could change the fundamental right to vote. The case is between the Inter Tribal Council (ITC) and the 2004  Proposition 200, which required proof of citizenship and a valid ID to register and vote in elections. The law says that the proof must be “satisfactory evidence” of U.S. citizenship, a term that has become the primary issue with opponents.

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The ITC is arguing that the requirements disenfranchise Native Americans who do not hold US citizenship ID cards. While “satisfactory evidence” includes tribal card numbers, many tribes in Arizona are not issued such cards.

A decision is expected this summer.

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