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Republicans intimedating voters

District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos upped the ante: She ruled the state discriminated on purpose.

Chris Turner, the House Democratic Caucus leader, said Saturday.

“What they’re wrong about is that passing this new bill will cleanse their history of discriminatory actions.” The Texas Tribune is pleased to provide the opportunity for you to share your observations about this story.

“SB 5 contains the changes needed to comply with the Fifth Circuit’s ruling while ensuring the integrity of the voting process,” Paxton said Friday in a statement to The Texas Tribune. The legislative clock is ticking while Paxton’s lawyers are preparing to return to Ramos’ Corpus Christi courtroom.

If they show up to a June 7 status conference without voter ID reform, some Republicans fear Ramos will immediately order federal oversight.

Such crimes carry penalties of two to 10 years in prison. “It has the effect of scaring people, intimidating people,” said “We should not be putting people in jail for up to 10 years for a lie that is frankly of no consequence.” Democrats argue SB 5 falls short of representing a Republican change of heart on voting rights.

“They’re definitely not doing it to expand voting access,” Rep.

The second part is that they believe that the Republicans are taking much of the blame for the shutdown.