Legal Challenges and Political Pushback Mount Over Voter Fraud Commission

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A roll of I Voted stickers sits on a table at Oakman Elementary School during the US presidential election on November 8, 2016 in Dearborn, Michigan. (Jeff Kowalsky/AFP/Getty Image)

Fourteen states say they will not turn voter information over to President Trump's commission investigating voter fraud, saying the request is unnecessary and violates voters' privacy. Last week the controversial commission asked secretaries of all 50 states for a massive amount of voter information. Privacy and civil liberties organizations have filed suit to block the order. Forum discusses the political and legal reactions to the commission.

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Jessica Huseman,
reporter, Pro Publica

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