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Justices strike down a key part of Voting Rights Act


The U.S Supreme Court struck down a key portion of the biggest civil rights law in the country. The majority wrote that the formula used to determine racial discrimination at the polls is outdated. However, there will be no impact if Congress figures out a new formula. Supreme Court lawyer Debo Adegbile joins the discussion.