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An investigation finds that in 2017, Georgia purged more than half a million voters from the rolls — 107,000 for the "use it or lose it" law that eliminates voters after not voting in prior elections.

Georgia Law Allows Tens Of Thousands To Be Wiped From Voter Rolls

By Johnny Kauffman NPR
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