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MN Supreme Court: Voter ID on Ballot

August 27th, 2012 - 2:47 pm

Another crushing defeat in a voter ID case for the ACLU and League of Women Voters.  The Minnesota Supreme Court today allowed a constitutional amendment to go to the voters in November. Voters will get to decide whether to adopt voter Id.   The ACLU and company sought to prevent the voters from having a voice.  Today, the Minnesota Supreme Court disagreed and approved the question for the ballot.  (Disclosure, I am one of the lawyers on the case).  You can read the court opinions linked at Election Law Center.

How much more donor money is the ACLU going to waste fighting voter ID?  They’ve lost in every case they’ve brought attacking voter ID.

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