The Supreme Court on Monday upheld Ohio’s aggressive efforts to purge its voting rolls.
The court ruled that a state may kick people off the rolls if they skip a few elections and fail to respond to a notice from state election officials. The vote was 5 to 4, with the more conservative justices in the majority.
On one level, the decision sought to make sense of tangled statutory language. But it was also the latest battle in a partisan war over how far states can go in imposing all kinds of voting restrictions, including cutbacks on early voting, elimination of same-day registration and tough voter ID laws…
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