Today’s Must-Read: Republicans Blame Democrats’ Passage of H.R. 1 Reform Bill in the House for Failure of Senate to Take Up Separate Legislation Protecting Country from Russian and other Foreign Interference in U.S. Elections

KC Star: Despite clear and compelling evidence of a Russian plot to disrupt the 2016 presidential election,partisanship has all but killed any chance that Congress will pass legislation to shore up election security before voters cast their ballots next year.Republicans and … Continue reading

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Tenth Circuit Panel in Oral Argument in Fish v. Schwab (was: Fish v. Kobach) Seems Skeptical of Kansas’s Attempt to Reverse District Court’s Block of Kansas’s Documentary Proof of Citizenship Law

You can listen to the oral argument here. With the caveat that one never knows how to read oral argument, and judges can change their minds before issuing an opinion, here are some thoughts: The judges seemed to believe that … Continue reading

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About Those Supposed 58,000 Noncitizen Voters in Texas? So Far 14 Registrations Were Cancelled, and Some of Those May Be Citizens

Texas Tribune: Fourteen Texas voters caught up in the secretary of state’s botched review of the voter rolls for supposed noncitizens had their registrations canceled but have since been reinstated, state officials told a federal judge Friday.The Texas Attorney General’s … Continue reading

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Breaking: North Carolina State Court Rules State Voter ID Constitutional Amendment is Void Because Enacted by a Racially Gerrymandered Legislature; Not Clear if Ruling Will Stand

Release: The Wake County Superior Court today ruled that the illegally gerrymandered North Carolina General Assembly did not have legal authority to place constitutional amendments on the ballot because it did not act with the full will of the people of North … Continue reading

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