North Dakota has most restrictive voter ID law in the nation. North Dakota law exacerbates an already restrictive law to where we are now more restrictive than Texas, Mississippi, Georgia and every other state in the union. Non-Native Americans ...
The Bismarck Tribune · 11/15/2015
They argue that North Carolina’s list of acceptable IDs, which excludes college and university student ID cards, is the most restrictive in the country. In August, a federal court struck down a Texas law requiring voters
The News & Observer · ByAnne Blythe · 11/25/2015
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The Supreme Court will allow Texas to enforce its new voter ID law in next month’s elections, the court said in an unusual Saturday morning order. Rejecting requests from the Obama administration and civil rights groups, the justices declined to re ...
Politico · 11/16/2015
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In August, a federal court struck down a Texas law requiring voters to show authorized identification before casting ballots, saying the measure violated the U.S. Voting Rights Act through its "discriminatory effects."
Reuters · 11/25/2015
North Carolina
Texasvoter ID law faces a fresh round of legal scrutiny in New Orleans on Tuesday, the next step in a long-winding case that may be headed for the U.S. Supreme Court. Three judges on the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals will hear arguments from Texas ...
The Texas Tribune · 11/23/2015
The Supreme Court is allowing Texas to enforce a new voter identification law, which civil rights groups say will force hundreds of thousands of minorities to be turned away at the polls. VPC Voters in Texas will have to present identification for the ...
USA Today · ByRichard Wolf · 10/18/2014
Thirty-six states have some form of voter ID law, varying in strictness, and some of these have spawned court challenges, per the National Conference of State Legislatures. A federal appeals court struck down part of Texasvoter ID law; Wisconsin’s ID ...
Montrose Daily Press · 11/22/2015
Texas’s strict voter-identification law discriminates against minority voters and a federal judge must decide how best to fix it, an appeals court said. The state can keep enforcing the rule for now, the U.S. Court of Appeals in New Orleans ruled Wednesday.
Bloomberg · 8/5/2015
Texas state officials went to federal court Monday to defend a controversial new voter identification law, dismissing suggestions the requirement would deny hundreds of thousands of people -- many of them minorities -- access to the ballot. A weeklong ...
CNN · ByBill Mears · 7/9/2012