Sneak Attack: Voter ID Laws May Throttle Voting Rights 

How big business wants to shrink the electorate

Astonishing. Remarkable. Sinister. Those are words that come up again and again when confronting the wave of voter identification laws that has swept through more than 30 Republican-dominated state legislatures in recent years. The measures sound innocuous enough: When a voter shows…

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