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NH Supreme Court hears arguments on voter bill

Wednesday, April 22, 2015 18:10
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The New Hampshire Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday about whether a 2012 law amending the language of voter registration forms discourages out-of-state college students and others living in the state temporarily from voting.

Assistant Attorney General Stephen LaBonte told the justices the language merely clarifies that New Hampshire residents must abide by state laws requiring them to obtain driver's licenses and register their cars in the state.

Read the full article from Seacoast Online and learn more from the LFDA's issue page on student voting.

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