Fort Worth Democrat Rep. Marc Veasey is starting the Voting Rights Caucus to urge a congressional update of the Voting Rights Act three years after the Supreme Court struck down provisions of the law.
Fort Worth Democrat Rep. Marc Veasey is starting the Voting Rights Caucus to urge a congressional update of the Voting Rights Act three years after the Supreme Court struck down provisions of the law. Eric Gay AP
Fort Worth Democrat Rep. Marc Veasey is starting the Voting Rights Caucus to urge a congressional update of the Voting Rights Act three years after the Supreme Court struck down provisions of the law. Eric Gay AP

Texas Rep. Veasey: Let’s act on Voting Rights Act

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