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What's Next After Supreme Court Rejects North Carolina Voter ID Case

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The Supreme Court on Monday has left in place a lower court ruling that struck down North Carolina’s voter ID law. A lower court had found the law unconstitutional because it targeted African Americans “with almost surgical precision.”

NPR’s Domenico Montanaro (@DomenicoNPR) joins Here & Now‘s Robin Young to talk about that story and other developments in Washington this week, including President Trump’s plan to replace fired FBI Director James Comey.

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