New Hampshire-style voting rules for college students could become the new national standard thanks to a proposal from Rep. Chris Pappas.

Pappas’ Protect the Youth Vote Act, rolled into the John Lewis Voting Rights Act passed by the House this week, would bar states from creating rules that prevent out-of-state students from voting in their elections.

Maya Getter, with the liberal New Hampshire Campaign for Voting Rights, said Pappas’ bill allows college students to vote in the state where they attend college once they move into a dorm or off-campus housing.

“The whole point is to remove purposeful barriers to

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In the three years since the U.S. Supreme Court issued its seminal decision in Murphy v. National Collegiate Athletic Association, at least 21 new states have legalized some form of sports betting. Most of these states have taken reasonable steps to prevent athletes and game officials from betting on particular sports. But to date, no state has imposed a ban on college administrators or

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