Getting Paid to Register Voters Is Now Illegal in Arizona

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The author writes: "Anyone paid to register voters in Arizona could soon face hefty fines or jail time. Anyone found guilty would face up to six months in jail and a potential $2,500 fine." Photo credit: Milwaukee Teachers' Education Association / Flickr (CC BY-NC 2.0)
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