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It’s Harder Than Ever To Vote By Mail In Texas

An administrative procedure with no administrative remedy? Sounds like voter suppression.

Texas is working hard to reduce voter turnout across its valiant and glorious state. New laws that come into effect this year include tighter regulations for people who desire to vote by mail. Apparently, they’ve taken the words of…

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