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the constitution forbids states to
a. seth the same requirements for voting in the state and federal elections
b. set residence requirements for voters
c. set an age higher than 18 as the minimum age for voting
d. require voters to register

c

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    I think you're right.

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    yes, amendment 26, 1971

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