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Alabama's Closures of Driver’s License-issuing Offices Impacts Access to Photo Voter ID, Says LDF in Letter to Governor Bentley10/03/15
LDF Urges Supreme Court to Reaffirm that All People Deserve to Be Counted for Purposes of Political Representation9/25/15
(Washington, DC) - Today, the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) filed an amicus brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold the principle that states count every resident when apportioning legislative districts to ensure equal access to representation. The case, entitled Evenwel vs. Abbott, involves a sweeping attempt to redefine how states undertake redistricting and threatens to confer second-class status on millions of persons in our country.