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Texas must pay $6.8 million in legal fees to parties who challenged voter ID law, federal appeals court says

The case ricocheted through federal courts for nearly seven years and over several elections, with federal judges ruling that Texas lawmakers discriminated against Hispanic and Black voters when crafting one of the nation’s strictest voter ID laws.

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