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Michigan Federal Court Issues Injunction Against Release of Primary Voter List

Published on February 28, 2008, by in General.

On February 28, a U.S. District Court in Michigan issued an injuction, prohibiting the Secretary of State from giving the list of Republican presidential primary voters, and the list of Democratic presidential primary voters, to those two political parties. The case had been filed by the Green and Libertarian Michigan parties. The law says the lists can only be distributed to the two major parties. The judge would not have granted the injunction unless the judge felt it likely that the minor parties will prevail, in their claim that the law governing distribution is unconstitutional. Thanks to the 3 people who forwarded this news.

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  1. This is an important challenge to keep tabs on for our civl liberties,.

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