Week of May 11, 2014
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of May 11, 2014.
- North Carolina - Judge rules NC lawmakers must share voter ID correspondence (News & Observer)
- Michigan - John Conyers Joins Lawsuit To Get Back On Primary Ballot (Huffington Post)
- New Jersey - Vet plan derails focus on felon voting rights (Daily Record)
- Wisconsin - Campaign finance ruling fuels GOP call to revamp state laws (Wisconsin State Journal)
- Missouri - Legislature Offers Voters an Early Voting Ballot Measure (Missourinet)
- Minnesota - NRA and MCCL block tougher Minnesota campaign-finance disclosure, advocates charge (MinnPost)
- National - LULAC: GOP Leader Wants Proof Voting Rights Fix is Needed (NBC )
- Wyoming - Wyoming lawmakers weigh giving nonviolent felons right to vote (Star Tribune)
- Arkansas - Arkansas: Ruling on Voter ID Law Tossed Out (New York Times)
- Wisconsin - Wisconsin appeals ruling striking down voter ID (Leader-Telegram)
- North Carolina - Group identifies four NC lawmakers with duplicate voter registrations (News and Observer )
- Pennsylvania - RIP Voter ID dead for now (Courier Times)
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