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Supreme Court to hear dispute over North Carolina voter ID law

The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to review a procedural dispute involving a North Carolina law that requires voters to show photo ID.
2 months ago

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Supreme Court to consider if GOP lawmakers can defend North Carolina voter ID law

The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to hear a case on whether Republican lawmakers in North Carolina have the right to defend the state's photo identification voter law.State of play: The North Carolina state legislature had submitted a request to have the court review a decision from the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals that said lawmakers could not intervene in a lawsuit brought by the NAACP against the state's voter ID law.Stay on top of the la…

2 months ago|Los Angeles, United States
The Independent
The IndependentL

Supreme Court to hear GOP lawmakers’ case to defend controversial voter ID law

Ruling in favour of North Carolina Republicans who want to join legal defense of strict voter ID law could give GOP lawmakers greater power to defend restrictive elections laws

2 months ago|London, United Kingdom
CNN
CNNL

Supreme Court will hear dispute over GOP legislators' defense of North Carolina voter ID law

The Supreme Court said Wednesday that it will hear a case brought by Republican legislators in North Carolina who are seeking to defend the state's strict voter ID law because they think the Democratic state attorney general is not adequately representing their interests.

2 months ago|Atlanta, United States
The Hill
The HillC

Supreme Court to hear dispute over North Carolina voter ID law

The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to review a procedural dispute involving a North Carolina law that requires voters to show photo ID.

2 months ago|Washington, United States
HuffPost
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Supreme Court Will Hear Dispute Over North Carolina Voter ID Law

The state's GOP-controlled legislature claims Democratic leaders are failing to adequately defend the law, so they want to do so themselves.

2 months ago|United States
UPI
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Supreme Court to hear North Carolina voter ID case

The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to hear a case involving North Carolina's voter ID law.

2 months ago|Washington, United States
abc11 Raleigh
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Controversial North Carolina voter ID law goes to US Supreme Court

A North Carolina voting law ruled unconstitutional earlier this year will be debated by the nation's highest court.

2 months ago|Raleigh, United States
NBC News
NBC NewsL

Supreme Court to decide if North Carolina's GOP lawmakers can defend voter ID law

The challengers say the law makes it harder for African American and Latino residents to vote.

2 months ago|United States
Political Wire
Political WireC

Justices Will Hear Defense of North Carolina Voter ID Law

"The Supreme Court said Wednesday that it will hear a case brought by Republican legislators in North Carolina who are seeking to defend the state's strict voter ID law because they think the Democratic state attorney general is not adequately representing their interests," CNN reports.

2 months ago|New York, United States
The Blaze
The BlazeR

Supreme Court to take up dispute over who gets to defend NC voter ID law

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a dispute between North Carolina's Republican-controlled legislature and the Democratic attorney general over who should defend the state's voter ID law in court. The contested law requires that state residents present a photo ID in order to vote. It was enacted in December 2018 after a Republican supermajority in the legislature overrode Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's veto. The North Carolina State Conference …

2 months ago|United States
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L 44%
C 37%
R 19%
CNN
democraticunderground.com
The Independent
HuffPost
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NBC News
Politico
The Hill
UPI
Political Wire
Axios
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Bloomberg Law
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The Blaze
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