The U.S. Supreme Court issued another of its long-awaited decisions, this one on the landmark 1964 Voting Rights Act. The Court ruled 5-4 to strike down a provision of the law that involves federal oversight for states with a history of racial discrimination in voter registration. How migh...
The Supreme Court struck down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act today. Demos Senior Fellow Spencer Overton speaks with Tell Me More host Michel Martin about what the decision means.
The Supreme Court is set to issue several decisions that could have a major impact on civil rights laws in this country.