North Carolina Voter ID Law Struck on Appeal in Obama Win

  • Ruling seen as helping Clinton by boosting Democratic turn-out
  • State legislators had ’discriminatory intent,’ court finds

North Carolina’s restrictive voting law was struck down by a federal appeals court that found it was passed with discriminatory intent, a major win for the Obama administration and voting-rights activists in a swing state less than four months before Election Day.

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