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U.S. District Court Orders Texas to Produce Copies of Legislators’ E-Mails Concerning Bill on Government Photo-ID

April 4, a U.S. District Court in Corpus Christi, Texas, ordered Texas to produce internal legislative e-mails concerning the 2011 bill to require voters at the polls to show government photo-ID. The Judge said this evidence is needed to determine if one motivation for the bill was to make it more difficult for Hispanics to vote. The case is Veasey v Perry, southern district, 2:13cv-193. See this Brad Blog article about the court order.

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