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United States v. City of Boston



In March, AEI's Ed Blum was highly critical of United States v. City of Boston, a Section 203 Voting Rights Act lawsuit complaining about the lack of bilingual assistance notwithstanding the absence of any complaints from Spanish-speaking voters, resulting in the federal government spending about $250/voter for the 210 who received "language assistance." A complaint to the Inspector General alleges ulterior geographical motives for bringing the lawsuit. (Via Lat.)

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Manhattan Institute
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