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Week of June 16, 2013
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of June 16, 2013.
- National - Survey: Corporations still shun super PACs (Politico)
- Massachusetts - Absentee ballots for Senate election down sharply from 2010 (Boston Globe)
- Florida - Judge orders delay in trial on congressional redistricting case (Miami Herald )
- New Jersey - N.J. Senate Democrats fail to override Christie's veto of early voting (The Star-Ledger)
- Texas - Texas House approves redistricting maps (Dallas Morning News)
- Massachusetts - Malloy signs Conn. campaign finance bill into law (Boston Globe)
- Texas - Redistricting tango dances between courts and the Capitol (San Antonio Express-News)
- Florida - Justin Lamar Sternad says he was duped by campaign manager (Miami Herald)
- Georgia - Georgia voter I.D. law blocked (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
- Hawaii - Democrats say primary law is unconstitutional (The Maui News)
- Colorado - Colo. voter citizenship checks yield few responses (San Francisco Chronicle)
- Maine - Effort to create early voting system dies in Maine House (Bangor Daily News)
- Colorado - Secretary of State Scott Gessler won't face criminal charges, Denver grand jury says (The Denver Post)
- Ohio - Federal judge dismisses early voting suit (The Columbus Dispatch)
- New York - Cuomo ready to weed out NY political corruption with his own investigative panel (The Post Standard)
- Michigan - Mike Duggan can't run for Detroit mayor, Michigan appeals court rules (Detroit Free Press)
- Arizona - Measure makes it tougher for 3rd-party candidates to reach ballot (NBC News)
- Mississippi - Ariz. voter ID ruling not pertinent to Miss.'s proposed law, sec. of state maintains (Clarion Ledger)
- National - Tester, Udall roll out constitutional amendments to allow campaign-finance regulation (The Billings Gazette)
- National - Justices Block Law Requiring Voters to Prove Citizenship (The New York Times)
- National - Supreme Court Cites Bush v. Gore For The First Time Ever (TPMLivewire)
- National - Ted Cruz amendment would allow voter ID (Politico)
- Arizona, National - Details: Arizona v. Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. (SCOTUS Blog)
- Arizona, National - Supreme Court strikes down Arizona law requiring proof of citizenship to vote (NBC News)
- Minnesota - Most states have both early and no-excuse absentee balloting, but not Minnesota (MinnPost)
- National - IRS supervisor in D.C. checked on tea-party applications (The Seattle Times)
- National - The Next Citizens United? (Campaigns & Elections)
- National - Friends of Democracy to take on anti-campaign finance reform Dems and GOPs (New York Daily News)
Commentary on the latest developments in election law during the week of June 16, 2013.
Information & Analysis
Information and analysis on the latest developments in election law during the week of June 16, 2013.
Below is a list of important litigation documents that were added to our site during the week of June 16, 2013. For a complete list of documents for a particular case, please visit the respective case page. You can view all cases EL@M is following by visiting the Major Pending Cases.
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