Court Enjoins Albuquerque ID Law
Feb. 13 - Yesterday a federal court enjoined the city of Albuquerque's photo ID law. Judge M. Christina Armijo applied intermediate scrutiny in part because she said that the law failed to define what it meant by "current" and "valid" photo ID. She also faulted the law for targeting in-person voting while doing nothing to combat fraud in voter registration or absentee voting. The opinion is here.