Justices to rule on voter proof of citizenship
WASHINGTON (MCT) — The Supreme Court will weigh in on the controversy over voter fraud and decide early next year whether Arizona can require residents to show proof of their citizenship before they register to vote.
The justices agreed to hear Arizona’s appeal of an anti-fraud provision that was adopted as a ballot initiative in 2004, but was struck down by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
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