Supreme Court gives Ohio approval to deregister inactive voters

  • Justices vote 5-4 that practice complies with federal law
  • Handful of states use inactivity as trigger to clean up rolls

The supreme court is allowing Ohio to clean up its voting rolls by targeting people who have not cast ballots in a while, in a ruling that will stoke partisan debate over voter rights and alleged Republican attempts to attack them.

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