10th Circuit May (or May Not) Side with States Over Federal Government in Voting Dispute Because the EAC Has No Commissioners [Updated]

According to an early AP report. This would not be a surprising result and would save the 10th Circuit from having to deal with the difficult constitutional question of where Congress’s power to set the “manner” of Congressional elections ends … Continue reading

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7th Circuit Won’t Consider Lifting Stay of Wisconsin Voter ID Law Until After Sept. 12 Oral Argument

The Seventh Circuit’s order issued last Thursday: The court will reserve decision on appellantʹs motion to stay the permanent injunction until after oral argument on September 12, 2014. The court notes that Wisconsin is free to implement immediately the portions of … Continue reading

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Now Available: Hasen, Legislation, Statutory Interpretation, and Election Law: Examples and Explanations

[Bumping to the top for the start of classes.] [UPDATE: You can now order the book at Amazon, or electronically as a Kindle Book, or directly from the publisher.] I am happy to announce that you can now buy my … Continue reading

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