Week of January 27, 2013
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of January 27, 2013.
- Georgia, National - Lewis-backed bill would automatically register most to vote (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
- Minnesota - Minnesota lawmakers consider small step toward earlier voting (St. Cloud Times)
- South Carolina - S.C. House panel advances early voting (Charlotte Observer)
- Florida - Florida House leaders unveil campaign finance reform ideas (Tampa Bay Times)
- South Carolina - Senate panel to mull early voting bills for SC (Spartanburg Herald-Journal)
- Wyoming - Wyoming voter ID bill pulled from consideration (Billings Gazette)
- National - At the Races — Roll Call's Politics Blog FEC Increases Contribution Limits for 2014 (Roll Call)
- Montana - Campaign finance bills take heat (The Montana Standard)
- Nevada - Nevada voter ID photo costs less than expected (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
- Virginia - Key Va. House panel rejects photo ID voting measure (The Virginian-Pilot)
- Mississippi - Hosemann submits voter ID info (Jackson Clarion-Ledger)
- Wisconsin - Assembly speaker subpoenaed in redistricting feud (Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel)
- Pennsylvania - Voter ID debate returns (Allentown Morning Call)
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