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Legal news from Saturday, August 27, 2011
by LaToya Sawyer

South Carolina's Senate Minority Caucus filed an objection on Friday with the US Department of Justice (DOJ), asking for the rejection of the state's new voter identification law. The caucus, comprised of Democrats in the state Senate, argued that the law, which will require South Carolina residents to present a current government-issued ID, is too restrictive and …

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by LaToya Sawyer

Spain's major political parties, the Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE) and the Popular Party (PP), reached an agreement on Friday to modify the country's constitution with provisions that will regulate the limits of the national deficit in order to avoid risks of debt crisis and a bailout. The proposed amendment, to take effect in …

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