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1. the voting rights act of 1965 made it legal for states to
a. charge voters a poll tax before casting a vote
b. require a person to talk an English test before voting
c. refuse people to vote by their race or gender
d. fine anyone who interferes with another person's right to vote
2. what is the maximum possible punishment for tampering with someone's vote
a. $500 and 10 years in prison
b. $5000 and 5 years in prison
c. $500 and 5 years in prison
d. $10000 and 10 years in prison

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  1. 1.a
    2.c

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  2. 1.a - no
    2.c - Check this site.

    http://www.cga.ct.gov/2012/ba/2012HB-05022-R01-BA.htm

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    Ms. Sue
  3. A is correct for #1.
    #2 seems to vary from state to state. I don't know what your text says.

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  4. 1.) fine anyone who interferes with another person's right to vote. D

    2.) $5,000 and 5 years in prison. B

    2/2, 100%.

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  5. Actually, Ms. Sue is right on #1. The Act did not specifically ban poll taxes, but directed the Attorney General to challenge them. The Supreme Court ruled that the poll tax is unconstitutional. The Act DID, however, specifically ban literacy tests.

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  6. Just took the quick check. The correct answers are:
    1.D
    2.B

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  7. D
    B
    100%
    =)

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  8. You've got it, Cruz. Thanks.
    2/2 (100%).

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  9. When I was taking this quick check I thought it said "Illegal". For those of you having the same problem: it DEFINITELY is 1. D 2. B

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  10. It is D then B i just took it

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  11. No, they are lying.

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  12. It's
    D - fine anyone who interferes with another person's right to vote
    B - $5,000 and 5 years in prison

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  13. D. Fine anyone who interferes with another person(s) rights to vote..
    &
    B. $5K and 5Years in prison.

    For people who don't understand what 5K is, it's short for 5,000.

    Test answers are proven correct for Connexus Students

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  14. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH I GOT IT WRONG
    FHKBSFKJBGKF

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  15. what did the voting act of 1965 prohibit? any know plzz tell me

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  16. 1.D
    2.B
    I just took the quick check it is, in fact, D & B

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  17. The answer remains the same in April of 2020
    1. The Voting Rights Act of 1965 made it legal for states to
    D. fine anybody who interferes with another person's right to vote
    2. What is the maximum possible punishment for tampering with someone's vote?
    B. $5,000 and 5 years in prison

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  18. 1: (D) Fine anyone who interferes with another person's right to vote.
    2: (B) $5,000 and 5 years in prison
    Voting Rights Lesson 3 Unit 4

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  19. 1. d
    2. b

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