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Federal Appeals Court Issues Key Ruling in Voting Rights Act Case

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In a significant development, a federal appeals court has delivered a ruling with potential implications for voting rights across the nation, stating that private parties cannot sue under the Civil Rights Act. This decision could set the stage for a major voting rights battle, possibly reaching the Supreme Court.

The ruling, issued on Monday, affirmed a 2022 decision by a federal judge in Arkansas, emphasizing that only the U.S. attorney general has the authority to file lawsuits under section two of the Voting Rights Act. This section is crucial for addressing racially discriminatory voting rules, and the majority of. . .

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