First is a series of up to 10 questions, of which a candidate needs to answer six orally. Examples include the length of a presidential term, identity of the chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court or governor of Texas, and the number of members of the U.S. Senate. Is this proficiency to earn the right to vote, or to enter kindergarten? I am not attempting to suppress voting by denying …

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Viewpoint: Citizenship exams should be a little more challenging

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