Ohio's Voter Purge Heading to U.S. Supreme Court

(Washington, D.C.) Opponents are lining up, pushing for the U.S. Supreme Court to throw out Ohio's system for removing inactive voters from the rolls. 

Briefs filed this week argue the system is illegal-- coming from dozens of groups and individuals, including Senator Sherrod Brown. 

The ACLU claims the procedures violate the National Voter Registration Act. 

The current Ohio rules remove registered voters who fail to cast a ballot in a two-year period, maintaining up-to-date voter rolls helps ensure election security.

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