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Posted: 9:46 p.m. Monday, July 22, 2013
RALEIGH, N.C. —
Police handcuffed more than 70 protestors on Monday night who spent another week fighting the decisions being made in Raleigh. The theme of Monday's rally was to protest new voting laws.Protestors are angry about legislation that would require showing a photo ID at the polls, shorten the early voting period and even end same-day registration.In a couple of weeks, Moral Monday plans to take its movement to the road and register new voters.The Republican party leader of the state cited a study on Monday that said more than 72 percent of North Carolinians overwhelmingly support new voting laws.
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