The U.S. Justice Department made it clear Thursday that it will continue its crusade to block Texas’ voter identification law and will not give up trying to have a court declare the state’s redistricting maps discriminatory.
The Justice Department’s action could threaten the statewide rollout of Texas’ voter ID law in November, but Texas’ Republican leaders, reacting with outrage, predicted the effort will fall flat.
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