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A lawsuit challenging North Carolina's voter identification requirement should be allowed to continue even after the legislature added exceptions this summer easing the mandate that goes into effect next year, lawyers fighting the law told a state judge ...
WSOC-TV · 8/24/2015
RALEIGH, NC (AP) — A state judge won’t rule for a few weeks on whether to allow a lawsuit challenging North Carolina ... if the voter ID requirement should be delayed until the presidential primary election, expected in March. The law initially ...
WWAY NewsChannel 3 · 8/24/2015
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Lawyers who challenged North Carolina's voter identification law in state court say their case should continue even though the legislature added exceptions to the mandate a couple months ago. George Eppsteiner is representing …
San Francisco Gate · 8/24/2015
WASHINGTON, April 6 (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to review the legality of new Republican-backed voting restrictions in North Carolina that were part of a law opponents argued was aimed at making it harder for voters who tend …
The Huffington Post · 4/6/2015
GREENSBORO, NC -- Will the North Carolina Attorney General in the middle of Greensboro city politics? Former city councilman and state representative Earl Jones is asking the AG to step in and defend a law that …
WFMY News 2 · 6 hours ago
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - A state judge won't rule for a few weeks on whether to allow a lawsuit challenging North ... consider if the voter ID requirement should be delayed until the presidential primary election, expected in March. The law initially required ...
FOX Carolina · ByGary D. Robertson · 8/24/2015
The amended law has "real impact on real voters in North Carolina and the plaintiffs would be substantially prejudiced by ending two-plus years of litigation," Eppsteiner told Morgan. Peters said the state believes the original photo ID law was constitutional.
Statesville Record & Landmark · 8/24/2015
North Carolina's voter identification mandate recently was eased before its slated 2016 start. But attorneys for voters and groups who oppose the law say the new exceptions don't mean their lawsuit challenging voter ID should evaporate. A Superior Court ...
Myrtle Beach Online · 8/24/2015
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