A Texas federal court decision is the latest hit to voting rights in America

We need stronger protection in the Constitution for the right to vote, writes Joshua A. Douglas. Others have rightly argued that we need a new constitutional amendment that affirmatively grants the right to vote to all citizens. The federal...

A Texas federal court decision is the latest hit to voting rights in America
We need stronger protection in the Constitution for the right to vote, writes Joshua A. Douglas. Others have rightly argued that we need a new constitutional amendment that affirmatively grants the right to vote to all citizens. The federal appeals court here recognized that the Constitution does not affirmatively grant the right to vote. The implications of that reality produce narrow decisions that harm voters.