Inactivity not the sole standard for purging voters from Maryland rolls

Marylanders who don't get to the polls much, if ever, are not in danger of being purged from the rolls simply for not exercising their right to vote. The United States Supreme Court Monday ruled that an Ohio law allowing voters to be removed from the rolls for failing to vote does not violate the 25-year-old ...

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