Week of April 20, 2014
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of April 20, 2014.
- - Fair Elections Act Protests Scheduled Across Canada Today (Huffington Post Canada)
- Tennessee - Early Voting Goes Countywide Friday (Memphis Daily News )
- Michigan - Benton Harbor reverend turns himself in following election law violation charges (Elkhart Truth)
- Arizona - Lawmakers grant temporary fix for city election law (AZ Central)
- South Carolina - South Carolina Libertarian Party says election law is invalid (The Post and Courier)
- National - Rand Paul: GOP 'May Have Over-Emphasized' Voter Fraud Fears (The Huffington Post)
- National - Supreme Court will hear challenge to Ohio ban on campaign lies (NPR)
- New York - D'Souza Case is Political, Lawyer Says (New York Times)
- Arkansas - Preliminary injunction sought in voter ID case (Arkansas News)
- National - Lying is free speech too (Los Angeles Times)
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