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Wisconsin Supreme Court won't hear voter ID law appeal

noise of rain Wisconsin's state supreme court has declined to hear an appeal of the lower court's ruling blocking implementation of the state's new voter ID law, sending the case back to the state court of appeals. The decision means the photo ID requirement will remain blocked even as recall elections against Gov. Scott Walker and five other Republicans near. The primary election for the recalls is May 8 followed by a June 5 general election.
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