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North Carolina Trial Over 2013 Election Law Changes Starts on July 7

U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Schroeder will preside over a trial that starts on July 7 and is expected to last all week, in the lawsuits filed against voting rights restrictions passed by the 2013 session of the North Carolina legislature. One of those cases is North Carolina NAACP v McCrory; another was filed by the North Carolina League of Women Voters; a third was filed by the federal government. The trial will be in Winston-Salem.

See this story
about the confusion caused by the 2013 legislature’s action in repealing the law that had permitted 17-year-olds to register in advance of their 18th birthday. The story also has some details about the upcoming trial.

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