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Week of February 16, 2014
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of February 16, 2014.
- Arizona - Arizona Senate repeals 2013 election law (Associated Press)
- Ohio - Voters' Bill of Rights blocked in Ohio (MSNBC)
- Colorado - Gov. Hickenlooper signs Colorado election law changes into law (Denver Channel)
- North Carolina - Election law changes: Photo ID not required this year, but poll workers will ask the question (WHQR)
- National - Rep. Jim Renacci's campaign is fined $9,749 by the Federal Election Commission (Plain Dealer)
- North Carolina - Report finds state's new election law disproportionately affects black voters (News and Observer)
- National - Obama Administration Calls to Restore Felons Voting Rights (Huffington Post)
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