Department of Justice Reverses Decision On Ohio Voter Roll Purge

COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Feds have reversed a decision about Ohio's voter rolls and whether a voter purge violated the Constitution. 

The decision from President Trump's administration is in essence a reversal of that of former President Obama. The Department of Justice now says Ohio's method of removing inactive voters from the rolls is within the law. It amounts to a three-part test of voters who have been dormant for two years, did not respond to a notice, and fail to vote for two more federal elections. The ACLU calls the decision "disappointing".

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