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February 08. 2013 1:37PM

NPR Audio: New Hampshire wants voting oversight to end

A conservative public interest group is protesting a deal between New Hampshire and the U.S. Justice Department that would remove the state from special federal oversight. Justice Department officials say the deal is evidence the voting rights laws under Supreme Court challenge work. Conservatives say it's a ploy.

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