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Topic - Robert Lewis Hinkle
Hundreds of black veterans who helped to integrate the Marine Corps during World War II are now proud recipients of the nation's highest civilian honor.
U.S. District Judge Robert Hinkle said Wednesday there is nothing in federal voting laws that prevents the state from identifying non-U.S. citizens, even if it comes less than 90 days before the Aug. 14 election.
He said they are not designed to stop states from blocking voters who should have never been allowed to vote in the first place.