EDITORIAL NOTE: This blog post was originally published on the Huffington Post.

Commonly known as the "Motor Voter Act," the NVRA streamlined voter registration, making it easier for citizens to register to vote, and protecting against state restrictions on voter registration for federal elections. If the Supreme Court rules against the NVRA next week, states would be free to pass laws that could restrict voter registration activities and thereby prevent eligible citizens from registering to vote.

To continue reading, please visit theĀ Huffington Post.