Week of March 17, 2013
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of March 17, 2013.
- New Jersey - Campaign finance watchdog agency says outside Democratic group must adhere to contribution limits (Newark Star-Ledger)
- Oregon - Republican lawmakers express concerns about Kate Brown's universal voter registration legislation (The Oregonian)
- Ohio - Ohio House poised to take up election law changes (AP/10TV.com)
- New Jersey - Warren County municipalities oppose proposed state early voting laws (Lehigh Valley Express-Times)
- Arkansas - Arkansas state Senate sends voter ID bill to governor (Chicago Tribune)
- Florida - Report: Voting cyberattack in Florida (Politico)
- Arkansas - Senate delays vote on voter ID requirement (Russellville Courier)
- West Virginia - State elections chief targets voter ID legislation (Charleston Gazette )
- Arizona, National - Can States Go Beyond Federal Law On Voter Registration? (NPR)
- Wisconsin - New court filing: Documents were deleted from GOP redistricting computers (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
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