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DOJ, South Dakota school board reach deal on voting rights lawsuit

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The Department of Justice and a South Dakota school board have reached a settlement in a federal lawsuit that entails a new method for electing board members to boost representation by American Indians.

Currently, in Chamberlain, South Dakota, voters elect seven school board members who run as at-large candidates. Though …

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