Below are postings from the past 30 days. (See Archives)
U.S. Supreme Court strikes down aggregate campaign contribution cap
Apr. 2 - The U.S. Supreme Court issued its opinion today in McCutcheon v. FEC, striking down aggregate limits on political campaign contributions but leaving in place limits on contributions to individual candidates.
11th Circuit: Florida's voter purge violated NVRA
Apr. 1 - The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that Florida's 2012 attempt to remove non-citizens from the voter rolls violated the National Voter Registration Act. The case is Arcia v. Detzner.
Ohio Federal Judge Rules against Libertarian Gubernatorial Candidate
Mar. 20 - Federal District Judge Michael H. Watson denied a motion for a preliminary injunction aimed to ensure that Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Charlie Earl's name is on the May primary ballot in Ohio. The case is Libertarian Party of Ohio v. Husted.
UPDATE: The Libertarian Party has filed a motion in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals for an emergency injunction and expedited appeal.
Federal Judge Rules in Favor of Kansas and Arizona in Suit Against EAC
Mar. 19 - U.S. District Judge Eric F. Melgren ruled in favor of Kansas and Arizona in a dispute over the modification of state-specific instructions on national voter registration forms. See the decision and related New York Times article. The case is Kobach v. EAC.