“Trial of two challenges to Wisconsin’s voter ID law concludes; Federal judge is expected to decide case early next year”

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: An attorney challenging Wisconsin’s voter ID law, the strictest in the nation, called it a voter suppression law, a “troubling blend of race and politics.” John Ulin noted that the law passed in 2011 over the objection of … Continue reading

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“Race or Party?: How Courts Should Think About Republican Efforts to Make it Harder to Vote in North Carolina and Elsewhere”

I have posted this draft on SSRN (127 Harvard Law Review Forum (forthcoming Dec. 2013)).  Here is the abstract: North Carolina, Texas, and other states with Republican legislatures have passed a series of laws making it harder for voters to … Continue reading

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“Federal trial challenging Wisconsin’s voter ID law underway; String of people describes problems getting IDs”

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: The trial began with a string of people describing the problems they had in trying to secure IDs for themselves or family members. Some of them have yet to be successful. “I cannot express the amount of time, … Continue reading

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