The Supreme Court Is Expected To Make It Harder For People To Vote : The NPR Politics Podcast The Supreme Court seems poised to uphold voting restrictions in Arizona, setting the stage for Republican legislatures to try to make it more difficult to vote for years to come. This comes at the same time as the House passed a bill expanding and protecting voting rights. Civil rights remain at the center of the debate over who has access to the vote.

This episode: White House correspondent Ayesha Rascoe, voting and disinformation reporter Miles Parks, and legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg.

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The Supreme Court Is Expected To Make It Harder For People To Vote

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The Supreme Court Is Expected To Make It Harder For People To Vote

The Supreme Court Is Expected To Make It Harder For People To Vote

The Supreme Court Is Expected To Make It Harder For People To Vote

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The Supreme Court seems poised to uphold voting restrictions in Arizona, setting the stage for Republican legislatures to try to make it more difficult to vote for years to come. This comes at the same time as the House passed a bill expanding and protecting voting rights. Civil rights remain at the center of the debate over who has access to the vote.

This episode: White House correspondent Ayesha Rascoe, voting and disinformation reporter Miles Parks, and legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg.

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Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.
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