Week of February 3, 2013
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of February 3, 2013.
- Maryland - Campaign finance loophole may be plugged (Baltimore Sun)
- Maryland - Md. House panel considers increasing the number of early voting days, voting centers (Washington Post)
- Pennsylvania - Plaintiffs In Pennsylvania Voter ID Case Ask Judge To Extend Block On The Law (CBS Philly)
- Tennessee - Justices hear voter ID case (Clarksville Leaf Chronicle )
- Indiana - Indiana legislature bill would restrict out-of-state college students from voting (Indianapolis Star)
- Florida - Emails raise questions about Fla. redistricting (Miami Herald)
- Georgia - Fulton County disputes vote tampering allegations (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
- Maine - Maine panel rejects voter IDs, backs early voting (Portland Press Herald)
- Missouri - Missouri's voter ID bill inspires pushback over 'voter suppression' (Kansas City Star)
- National - Waiting Times at Ballot Boxes Draw Scrutiny (New York Times)
- Montana - House backs GOP in legislative redistricting proposal (Billings Gazette)
- Utah - Vote recount measure passes House committee (Deseret News)
- Florida - Judge rules state can't delay early voting jury trial (Florida Times-Union)
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