The Conservative US Supreme Court has said that corporations are people and the rights of individual citizens to vote are restricted, constrained by fewer polling places, limit voting times and other things that make it harder for people, especially racial minority populations, the poor and elderly, to cast ballots.

‘One of the Most Brazen Acts of Voter Suppression in Modern Times’ as US Supreme Court Blocks Absentee Ballot Extension in Wisconsin

The U.S. Supreme Court’s conservative majority Monday night was accused of green-lighting “one of the most brazen acts of voter suppression in modern times” after the body overturned a lower court ruling that extended the absentee voting deadline in Wisconsin by six days in an effort to allow people to more safely exercise the franchise amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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