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Ahead of Election, Native Americans Rise Up Against Repressive Voting Laws


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Ahead of Election, Native Americans Rise Up Against Repressive Voting Laws

Lauren McCauley, staff writer

Refusing to be silenced by restrictive new voting laws, Native Americans across the western U.S. are taking their fight to the courts, arguing that tribal communities have become even further disenfranchised by rules passed in the wake of the Supreme Court's landmark voting rights ruling.


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Since Turtle Island belongs to the First Nation Peoples they should not be subjected to such discriminatory laws by the occupying force. At very least, tribal identity cards should more than suffice. Solidarity!


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Looks like the frackers who have been contaminating tribal lands in North Dakota for the past decade lobbied the State to disenfranchise the victims, with the intent of driving them from their lands so the frackers can further expand fracking.