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A New Hampshire judge on Monday blocked a controversial 2017 state law requiring new voters to prove they are “domiciled” where they registered.

The decision is a victory for the New Hampshire Democratic Party and voting rights groups that said the new law, SB3, was needlessly restrictive and made it more difficult for college students to register to vote. The law passed along party lines in the GOP-controlled New Hampshire legislature after Hillary Clinton narrowly defeated President Donald Trump in the state and Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.) won her seat by a razor-thin margin in the 2016 elections.

Judge Blocks New Hampshire Voting Restriction, Saying Burden On Young Voters Is Unjustified

“Given the extraordinarily low rate of documented voter fraud in this state, it is far more likely that more legitimate voters will be dissuaded from vot…


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