Week of April 21, 2013
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of April 21, 2013.
- Texas - House erupts in showdown on voter's rights (San Antonio Express-News)
- Florida - Legislative deal keeps major campaign-finance loophole (Orlando Sentinel )
- North Carolina - Voter ID one step closer to become state law (Raleigh News & Observer)
- National - S.E.C. Gets Plea: Force Companies to Disclose Donations (USA Today)
- Montana - Dark-money bill progress reflects legislative corruption (Bozeman Daily Chronicle )
- North Carolina - NC House budget committee endorses voter ID bill (San Francisco Chronicle )
- Hawaii - Democratic Party Will File Legal Challenge Over Hawaii's Primary Election Laws (Hawaii Reporter )
- Florida - Voting rights groups lambaste Florida GOP’s election law rewrite (Miami Herald)
- New Jersey - N.J. Senate Democrats to introduce major overhaul of campaign finance laws (Newark Star-Ledger)
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