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WI Voter ID Judge Will Hold Oct. 12 Hearing to Consider Affidavit Requirement after DMV Failures

Judge Peterson’s order: The court will hold an in-person hearing at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, October 12, 2016, to consider plaintiffs’ motion to enjoin the state’s voter ID law, Dkt. 262, and defendants’ response to the court’s September 30, 2016, … Continue reading ?
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