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Week of April 6, 2014
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of April 6, 2014.
- Ohio - House passes measure to void election-spending rule (Cincinnati.com)
- National - Obama: Voting rights under attack (MSNBC)
- Oregon - Mayor Charlie Hales' staff faces second accusation of violating election law in water district campaign (The Oregonian)
- Ohio - FitzGerald wants investigation on voter suppression in Ohio (Columbus Dispatch)
- Illinois - House passes Madigan amendment banning voter-suppression tactics (Chicago Sun-Times)
- Michigan - Miss. preparing to use new voter ID law (Clarion Ledger)
- National - Supreme Court won't review ban on corporate contributions to political candidates (Washington Post )
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