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A Look at Texas' History of Laws Suppressing Minority Voters (Audio)

When Texas passed the nation's strictest voter ID law, state lawmakers said it was needed to combat voter fraud. Here's a look at the state's 100-year legacy of laws keeping black and Latino voters from the polls.

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When Texas passed the nation's strictest voter ID law, state lawmakers said it was needed to combat voter fraud. Reveal's Laura Starecheski reports on the state's 100-year legacy of laws keeping black and Latino voters from the polls.

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