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Watch Natasha Korgaonkar discuss the Supreme Court's disappointing decision to allow an intentionally discriminatory Voter ID law to stay in place for the upcoming election. The good news is that the substance of our district court win has been left untouched. This is not the end -- we will keep fighting against voter discrimination!
10/18/14Related Case or Issue:
Litigation on the Law’s Fate in Future Elections will Continue
Contact: Valerie Holford, 301-926-1298
*Update Oct 16, 2014 @ 12:00 PM: Watch video recording of debate on C-SPAN.
Civil Rights Groups Call On United Nations Rapporteurs to Refer Human Rights Abuses in Detroit Water Shut-off Campaign to United States Government10/16/14Related Case or Issue:
NAACP Legal Defense Fund Will Petition U.S. Supreme Court to Stop Texas’ Discriminatory Photo ID Law in Time for Upcoming Elections10/15/14Related Case or Issue:
Statement of Ryan P. Haygood, NAACP Legal Defense Fund Attorney
Who Made Closing Arguments at Trial for Plaintiff-Intervenors