Nightly News   |  January 01, 1910

SCOTUS lets civil rights-era voting law stand

June 22: The Voting Rights Act, the government's chief weapon against racial discrimination at polling places, survived a Supreme Court challenge on Monday, but questions are being raised about what could happen to the landmark law in the future. NBC's Pete Williams reports.

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