On September 17, the Texas NAACP and the Mexican American Caucus of the Texas House filed a new lawsuit against the 2011 law that requires voters at the polls to show one of six types of government photo-ID. The 2011 law still hasn’t been implemented.
The new lawsuit is Texas State Conference of NAACP v Steen, in the Southern District, Corpus Christi Division. This case will almost surely be combined with the lawsuit filed by the federal government in August against the same law, which is called U.S.A. v State of Texas. Here is the complaint in the new case. It argues that the law violates Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act, and the First and Fourteenth Amendments.