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Landmark Files Brief in the SCOTUS in Support of the State of Ohio’s Efforts to Maintain Accurate Vo

Today, Landmark filed a brief in the United States Supreme Court in support of the State of Ohio’s efforts to maintain accurate voter rolls. In this brief, Landmark presents the legislative history of the important pieces of legislation obligating states to enact effective processes to remove ineligible voters from their respective voter rolls. This fall, the Supreme Court will determine whether states can take reasonable steps to contact individuals to confirm residency.

Read the full brief here.