Week of May 18, 2014
The latest election law headlines taken from media outlets across the country during the week of May 18, 2014.
- Arkansas - Arkansas voter ID law causes chaos and confusion (MSNBC)
- Alaska - Begich introduces voting rights bill (Anchorage Daily News)
- Michigan - Judge puts U.S. Rep. Conyers back on primary ballot (Detroit Free Press)
- Massachusetts - Massachusetts Governor to Sign Early Voting Bill (Boston Herald)
- New York - D’Souza guilty of campaign finance charge (The Boston Globe)
- North Carolina - Civil rights groups ask for voter ID injunction (Citizen Times)
- National - There's a Better Way to Measure Who Has Raised the Most Money (New York Times)
- Florida - Florida congressional-redistricting maps go on trial (Orlando Sentinel )
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