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Greg Abbott and Dan Patrick Steer Texas Far to the Right

One is a former State Supreme Court justice who acts with a lawyer’s caution; the other a Trumpist firebrand who began his political career in…

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As Republicans Take Aim at Voting, Democrats Search for a Response

WASHINGTON — The Democratic Party pledged millions for it last week, grass-roots groups are campaigning for it nationwide and, as recently as Friday, Senator Chuck…

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Texas Democrats Weigh Options for Blocking Voting Bill, Including Flight

As Texas Republicans prepare to force votes next week on far-reaching legislation that would introduce new restrictions on voting, Democrats are left facing a gnawing…

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White House, Facing Voting Rights Defeats, Expands Investment

WASHINGTON — Facing an onslaught of state-level ballot restrictions and gridlock in Congress over voting rights legislation, the White House detailed a multimillion-dollar plan on…

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Texas Republicans Reveal Bills of Far-Reaching Voting Restrictions

Republicans in the Texas Legislature on Thursday fully unveiled their plans to overhaul the state’s election apparatus, outlining a raft of proposed new restrictions on…

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Abbott Opens Texas G.O.P.’s Push to Reshape the State

Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas on Wednesday kicked off a high-stakes political fight over the state’s future, formally announcing a special session of the Legislature…

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How Convenient Should Voting Be? Court Ruling Leaves No Clear Answer

What kind of burden would that be? The court went out of its way to note that there was virtually no early or no-excuse mail…

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