Litigation Anticipated on NC Voting Changes

The Charlotte Observer has this report on lawsuits anticipated after North Carolina’s Republican Governor Pat McCrory signs a sweeping election bill, as he’s expected to do later this month.  Meanwhile, the Triangle Business Journal reports here on Democratic Attorney General Roy Cooper’s opposition to the … Continue reading

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From Political Wire:  “Pro-Second Amendment? The Castle Doctrine, it’s done. First pro-life legislation — abortion facility regulations — in 22 years, done. Voter ID, which is gonna allow Governor Romney to win the state of Pennsylvania, done.” – Pennsylvania House … Continue reading

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SCOTUS Affirms Decision Upholding Maryland Law on “Prison Gerrymandering”

The summary disposition in Fletcher v. Lamone affirms a three-judge district court ruling upholding the state’s “No Representation Without Population Act,”  which requires that, for redistricting purposes, prisoners be counted at their legal home addresses rather than where they’re incarcerated. Demos’ press … Continue reading

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