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Vote Suppression

The Community Success Initiative and the NAACP sued North Carolina in Wake County Court, claiming it is unconstitutionally preventing more than 70,000 citizens from voting until they are “unconditionally discharged” from probation, parole or a suspended sentence.

RALEIGH, N.C. — The Community Success Initiative and the NAACP sued North Carolina in Wake County Court, claiming it is unconstitutionally preventing more than 70,000 citizens from voting until they are “unconditionally discharged” from probation, parole or a suspended sentence.

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