WI Voter ID Opponents File #SCOTUS Reply to Get Court to Take Case

You can read the short reply here. The reply makes a good and important timing point: This case is the only vehicle that guarantees the Court an opportunity to address the constitutional and statutory questions surrounding restrictive voter ID laws before the 2016 … Continue reading

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Is it Possible to Be In Favor of a Right-to-Vote Amendment but Against Amending the Constitution? Yes.

The DNC Executive Committee has just endorsed the idea that we should amend the Constitution to add a right to vote. I’m entirely in favor of a constitutional right to vote. But I’m against amending the Constitution to add it. … Continue reading

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“Diverse Coalition of Civil Rights and Legal Groups File Briefs Urging Supreme Court to Address Voter ID as Issue of National Importance”

From the “be careful what you wish for” department: A broad alliance of civil rights and legal groups representing the communities most impacted by Wisconsin’s restrictive voter ID law, as well as all 46 members of the Congressional Black Caucus, … Continue reading

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“Plaintiffs Seek Expedited Appeal in Texas Voter ID Case to Restore Right to Vote for Hundreds of Thousands in 2015 Elections”

Press release: Today, attorneys at the Campaign Legal Center, who serve as co-counsel for plaintiffs Congressman Marc Veasey and LULAC, filed a motion to expedite a pending appeal in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in Veasey v. Perry—the challenge … Continue reading

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