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 the decisions by the Supreme Court of
Wisconsin concerning the provision of photo ID to persons who cannot afford a birth
certificate or other documents required by statute. See Milwaukee Branch of the NAACP v. Walker, 2014 WI 98, 2014 WL 3744073, at *14 (Wis. 2014).

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