North Dakota settles lawsuit over Native Americans' voting access
The law illegally disenfranchised Native Americans in the state, groups challenging the law argued, because it required them to have a form of identification listing a residential address in order to vote. Many Native Americans who live on reservations don’t have traditional addresses. “Native American voters, whether they’re just turning 18 and becoming eligible to vote, or whether they’ve moved, will be able to vote without having to go the same extreme measures that the tribes went through last time,” said Molly Danahy, a lawyer at the Campaign Legal Center who helped challenge the law.
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