Week of January 13, 2013
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of January 13, 2013.
- Pennsylvania - Appeals court rules on news media access to polling places (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
- Louisiana - Schedler proposes changes to election law (The News Star (Monroe, Louisiana))
- Florida - Florida Governor Backs Voting Changes (The New York Times)
- Montana - Local legislator Washburn sponsors voter ID bill (Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
- Michigan - Snyder seeks online voter registration, early voting for all (The Detroit News)
- South Carolina - S.C. seeking to recoup $53,000 from $3.5 million cost of voter ID lawsuit (The State (Columbia, South Carolina))
- Ohio - Election law on Senate Democrats’ agenda (Columbus Dispatch)
- Wisconsin - Justices again decline to take up voter ID case (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel)
- Virginia - Va. House panel rejects no-excuse early voting (The Virginian-Pilot)
- National - Voter ID battle set to rage again (Politico)
- North Carolina - Any NC voter ID law will face legal, GOP obstacles (Winston-Salem Journal)
- Arizona - Counties eye early-voting list overhaul (Arizona Republic )
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