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Justice Department Sues Florida As Voter Battle Intensifies

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Planned Parenthood Issue Haunts Komen's Races

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Black Voters Feel Targeted By Election Restrictions

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The Faith and Freedom Coalition has gone as far as sponsoring a race car with "Register to Vote" emblazoned on the side. Reed Sorenson drove the No. 32 car during a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Richmond International Raceway on April 28 in Virginia. Russell LaBounty/LAT for AP hide caption

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Haven't Registered To Vote Yet? They're Coming For You

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A Push To Help U.S. Veterans Fight Homelessness

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A government cybersecurity expert warns against new moves by state election officials to accept online overseas ballots, like those from deployed U.S. troops. Rafiq Maqbool/AP hide caption

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Tea Party Spawns New Effort Against Voter Fraud

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One USDA official credits the use of plastic benefit cards with helping to reduce federal food stamp fraud. But lawmakers say that isn't enough. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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House Committee Urges Action On Food Stamp Fraud

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Shrinking Community Grants Put Cities In A Crunch

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Study: 1.8 Million Dead People Still Registered To Vote

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