Voting, and registering to vote, shouldn’t be overly burdensome.
But it should require some amount of accountability. Apparently the federal government, and now the U.S. Supreme Court, disagree.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that states can’t require those registering to vote to prove they are US citizens, when using the federal “Motor Voter” registration process. On a 7-2 opinion, the justices threw out an Arizona law that required those registering prove their US citizenship.