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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund is alleging that at least 282 ballots in the state's June 3 primary election were not counted due to Alabama's law requiring voters to show a valid photo identification card.
LDF is fighting to stop water shutoffs in Detroit as we also challenge Texas' discriminatory photo ID law.
9/02/14Related Case or Issue:
Texas’s Photo ID One of the Most Discriminatory in the Country
Michael Brown was beating the odds. He made it through the minefield that can be the public education system in America; he graduated from Normandy High; he had no criminal record; and he was poised to enter technical school to learn a trade. So why was he buried last week after dying at the hands of law enforcement?
8/29/14Related Case or Issue:
(New York)--Next week, beginning on Tuesday, September 2nd, LDF's political participation team will start trial in Corpus Christi, Texas challenging the state's discriminatory voter ID law (SB 14). In 2013, LDF intervened in this lawsuit, United States v. Texas, now consolidated with Veasey v. Perry, to strike Texas's discriminatory photo ID law under Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act and the U.S. Constitution.