Arizona's new voting laws that require proof of citizenship are not discriminatory, a US judge rules

Voters deliver their ballots to a polling station in Tempe on Nov. 3, 2020. In a ruling Thursday, Feb. 29, 2024, U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton is upholding most of the provisions of new Arizona laws that would require counties to verify the status of registered voters who haven’t provided proof of U.S. citizenship and cross-check voter registration information with various government databases. (Matt York/AP, File)

Voters deliver their ballots to a polling station in Tempe on Nov. 3, 2020. In a ruling Thursday, Feb. 29, 2024, U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton is upholding most of the provisions of new Arizona laws that would require counties to verify the status of registered voters who haven’t provided proof of U.S. citizenship and cross-check voter registration information with various government databases. (Matt York/AP, File)

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