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Lani Guinier, voting rights champion and former assistant attorney general nominee, dies at 71

Lani Guinier, a legal scholar and champion for voting rights who was once nominated to be assistant attorney general by then-President Bill Clinton, died on Friday, her cousin, Sherrie Russell-Brown, confirmed to CNN. She was 71.

Lani Guinier, a legal scholar and champion for voting rights who was once nominated to be assistant attorney general by then-President Bill Clinton, died on Friday, her cousin, Sherrie Russell-Brown, confirmed to CNN. She was 71.

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