Week of February 10, 2013
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of February 10, 2013.
- Montana - Montana governor, GOP senator roll out reforms on campaign 'dark money' (The Missoulian)
- Virginia - Senate approves voter ID bill (Washington Post)
- Pennsylvania - Both sides ask judge to postpone Pa. voter ID law until after primary (Allentown Morning Call)
- Arizona - Mesa lawmaker seeks program to test online voting in Arizona (East Valley Tribune)
- Missouri - Missouri House gives first round approval to voter ID legislation (St. Louis Post-Disptach)
- Arkansas - Ark. lawmakers weigh voter ID bill (San Francisco Chronicle)
- North Dakota - Voter ID amendment survives debate in North Dakota House (Grand Forks Herald)
- New Hampshire - Early voting? Not if Gardner can prevent it (New Hampshire Union-Leader)
- Florida - House committee approves campaign finance overhaul (Miami Herald)
- Virginia - Va. senior citizens denied no-excuse absentee voting (The Virginian-Pilot)
- Missouri - Commission picked to craft early voting rules for Missouri (Kansas City Star)
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