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Native American Vote-Suppression Scandal Escalates

Stephanie Woodard Huffington Post
"Right now, most Indians in South Dakota get one day to vote, Election Day, when precincts are set up on reservations; meanwhile, other voters have several weeks," said civil-rights leader OJ Semans, a Rosebud Sioux who co-directs Four Directions. "That's not equal access."
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