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Suit threatened over NC voting access; DHHS, Elections Board say they’ll investigate Print E-mail
May 8, 2015
Four national and state voting-rights organizations are threatening to sue North Carolina for what they contend are Gov. Pat McCrory administration’s violations of a federal law that requires the state to help poor people register to vote.
Advocates say NC is failing to register public benefit recipients as voters Print E-mail
May 8, 2015
Mark Binker, WRAL

RALEIGH, N.C. — Local social service agencies are not giving poor residents adequate opportunities to file and update voter registrations as required by federal law, a letter sent by a group of voting rights advocates warned the North Carolina State Board of Elections and Department of Health and Human Services.
The Voting Law That's Being Ignored Print E-mail

April 6, 2015

Christopher Flavelle, BLOOMBERG VIEW

A few weeks ago, a Massachusetts government agency you've probably never heard of settled a lawsuit over what kinds of forms it has to hand out to people who apply for welfare. That might sound dull, but it's the backdrop for a fight against growing political and economic inequality.

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