Voting is too important to be left to each state to regulate. Federal standards are needed. Appeals court upholds Mississippi Jim Crow-era voting restriction law​ – CNN

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday kept in place a Jim Crow-era voting restriction in Mississippi’s constitution that removes voting rights from people convicted of certain felonies, ruling that the provision was created with racist intent — but no longer operates in a racist manner in the state.
— Read on www.cnn.com/2022/08/26/us/mississippi-jim-crow-era-voting-restriction-law-upheld/index.html

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