By Texas Tribune and Alexa Ura
As far as court battles go, 2017 was a busy year on the voting rights front in Texas — and 2018 will likely be no different.
After years of litigation, Texas and its legal foes — minority and civil rights groups and voters of color — begin the year waiting on the courts to rule on the fate of the state’s embattled political maps and voter identification requirements. Federal judges are also expected to have the final word on whether lawmakers intentionally discriminated against Texans of color in drawing up both measures.
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