Native Americans fight to vote after North Dakota voter ID law upheld
A federal judge in North Dakota upheld a law requiring voters to show an ID with a street address, something many Native Americans saw as an attempt to shut them out. Now they are scrambling to get new ID cards to ensure their voices will be heard on Election Day.
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