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There are no news developments in Arkansas that Election Law at Moritz has covered, or is covering at this time.
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Election law news from across the country concerning ArkansasAugust, 2014
- ACLU, others argue voter ID law is unconstitutional - See more at: http://arkansasnews.com/news/arkansas/aclu-others-argue-voter-id-law-unconstitutional#sthash.OeS7DMTP.dpuf (8/11/14)
- Arkansas voter ID law causes chaos and confusion (5/23/14)
- Arkansas: Ruling on Voter ID Law Tossed Out (5/14/14)
- Preliminary injunction sought in voter ID case (4/22/14)
- ACLU challenges Arkansas voter ID law (4/16/14)
- Rushed laws lead to election glitches (1/28/14)
- Arkansas governor vetoes voter photo ID bill (3/26/13)
- Arkansas state Senate sends voter ID bill to governor (3/20/13)
- Senate delays vote on voter ID requirement (3/19/13)
- Voter ID Bill Dies in Committee (3/13/09)
- Senate Panel Sets Sights on Absentee Vote 'Harvesting' (3/05/09)
- Panel recommends absentee ballot bill (3/05/09)
- Review reveals general election confusion (12/21/08)
- Measure could allow voters to choose polling site (12/16/08)
- Voting blemished by minor glitches (11/06/08)
- Nonmail sending of ballots no big hit (8/31/08)
- Commissioners continue to study UA voting site (7/31/08)
- Election Commission Considers Early Voting For University (7/21/08)
- Kohls v. Martin (Voter ID)
- Pulaski County Election Commission v. Arkansas State Board of Election Commissioners (Absentee Ballots, Voter ID, Voter ID)
There are no archived cases in Arkansas that Election Law at Moritz has covered at this time.
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