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Yet another reminder that the true intent – and effect – of Texas’ restrictive voting laws is to disenfranchise voters:
Voting in Texas was plagued by long lines, issues with registration and voter ID, and intimidation, hitting blacks and Latinos hardest, a new report finds.
Released Thursday by the Texas Civil Rights Project (TCRP), the report underscores how Texas voters face challenges that go well beyond the voter ID law that has generated national attention.