Week of January 26, 2014
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of January 26, 2014.
- Arizona - Election law repeal inches closer (Arizona Daily Star)
- National - IRS proposed rules for nonprofits alarm conservatives and liberals alike (Forbes)
- Arizona - Arizona House panel votes to repeal new election law (Associated Press)
- Missouri - Missouri likely to pass voter ID bill this year (Washington Post)
- North Carolina - Adding needed clarity to new NC election law (News & Observer)
- California - California Sen. Rod Wright convicted of perjury, voter fraud (Los Angeles Times)
- Colorado - Democrats nix GOP bills dealing with mail ballots (Associated Press)
- Arkansas - Rushed laws lead to election glitches (Arkansas News)
- Colorado - Colorado Republicans propose election law changes (Coloradoan)
- North Carolina - N.C. lawmakers cite immunity over election law info (Associated Press)
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