Supreme Court justices sharply divided in Voting Rights Act case
(MCT) — WASHINGTON — The historic Voting Rights Act appeared to be in deep trouble Wednesday after the Supreme Court’s conservative justices insisted during a racially charged argument that targeting the South for special scrutiny is no longer fair.
The unusually tense debate split along ideological lines. Justices from the left and right took turns arguing the case — and arguing with each other over whether racism and racial discrimination remain problems.
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