Hillary Clinton's unconvincing hiatus from politics appears to be coming to an end. In aspeech at the American Bar Association conference in San Francisco on Monday, Clinton criticized the Supreme Court for the "damage" caused by its recent decision to strike down part of the Voting Rights Act. In her sharpest political remarks since leaving office, Clinton went on to denounce a "sweeping effort to construct new obstacles to voting, often under cover of addressing a phantom epidemic of 'election fraud.' "
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