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Weekend Headlines: NC voter ID law overturned, Trump insults Army Gold Star

The top local story came in Friday afternoon where U.S. Appeals court struck down North Carolina’s Voter ID law, a law enacted in 2013 has been one of many topics that put the Carolinas in the national spotlight. 180 more words


U.S. Court of Appeals Rejects Strict North Carolina Voting Law Targeting African Americans

article by Zachary Roth via nbcnews.com

A federal appeals court on Friday struck down the heart of a North Carolina voting law seen as the strictest in the nation, finding that Republican lawmakers intentionally discriminated against African-Americans when they passed it. 355 more words


... Doesn't this Judge Get It ?? [#Wisconsin][#voter id law]...

.. you would think that this judge would understand that the 7th Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court soundly approved the voter id law in Wisconsin .. 82 more words

Personal Opinion

Butterfield Applauds Unanimous Fourth Circuit Decision on Discriminatory Voter ID Law

For Release: Immediate

Date: July 29, 2016

Contact: Meaghan Lynch

Office: (202) 225.3101

Butterfield Applauds Unanimous Fourth Circuit Decision on Discriminatory Voter ID Law

Washington, DC – Congressman G. 303 more words

Voter ID

Courts Strike Blows To GOP Voter Restrictions In 3 States

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CHICAGO (AP) — Courts dealt setbacks on Friday to Republican efforts in three states to restrict voting, blocking a North Carolina law requiring photo identification, loosening a similar measure in Wisconsin and halting strict citizenship requirements in Kansas. 615 more words


Strict Voter ID Law in NC Overturned by Appeals Court

A decision handed down by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit found that North Carolina’s 2012 law requiring a picture ID at the polls is unconstitutional. 259 more words

American Life And Politics

Court Finds Texas Voter ID Law 'Discriminatory' What Now?

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AUSTIN (AP) — An appeals court has dealt the strongest blow yet to Texas’ strict voter ID law, ruling that it violates federal protections against discrimination at the ballot box and must be reshaped before November so as not to unfairly harm poor and minority Texas residents. 678 more words