The Supreme Court upheld Ohio's method of purging voter rolls, ruling the state can remove people from the rolls if they haven't voted in two years. Critics say the court's decision will have dire consequences, and Congress should restore full power to the Voting Rights Act to ensure states aren't able to pass laws that hurt voters of color. But Antonin Scalia famously proclaimed the Voting Rights Act perpetuates "racial entitlement" and it's just not necessary in 2018. What do you think?
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