Week of April 7, 2013
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of April 7, 2013.
- Florida - Senate holds firm on witnessing absentee ballots; Pasco elections chief calls it 'a recipe for disaster' (Tampa Bay Times)
- Arizona - Rejected ballots reflect continuing problems in Arizona's elections (Arizona Capitol Times)
- Arizona - Brewer increases Arizona campaign finance limits (MyFox Phoenix)
- Ohio - Prosecutor wants to review double votes (Cincinnati Enquirer)
- Florida - House, Senate differences on campaign contributions threaten reforms (Orlando Sentinel)
- Alaska - Alaska voter ID bill passes final House committee (Anchorage Daily News)
- New Jersey - Super PAC sues N.J. over contribution limits (Newark Star-Ledger)
- Tennessee - TN Report: Voter ID bill passes (Murfreesboro Post)
- Texas - House Bill to Trim Early Voting is DOA (San Antonio Express-News)
- Texas - House members consider election law changes (Houston Chronicle)
- Colorado - Gessler slams election bills; blasts Dems (The Colorado Statesman)
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