Grainy & blurry color text

Hi, does anyone know why color text would appear grainy or blurry in print?  Illustrations and black text are perfect, it's just the color text...

It's a printer problem.
Is there a way to fix it?
There may not be. The amount of registration drift may be within the functional tolerances of your printer. (Impossible to judge; no one knows from your photo how large the type is, but it appears small.) A certain amount of paper movement as it moves through a laser printer is unavoidable. The four process colors are not laid down by a single toner drum.
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