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New Challenge To Texas Voter ID Law, by Lyle Denniston, SCOTUSblog


The long-running controversy over a Texas voter ID requirement — a dispute that once kept Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg up all night writing a dissent — returned to the Supreme Court on Friday as challengers sought again to stop the law’s enforcement.  The application (Veasey v. Abbott, 15A999) can be found here; it argued that the law is the strictest in the nation in its demands for identification before a voter may cast a ballot. . . .