Pa. Judge Weighing Arguments To Overturn State's Voter ID Law The trial in the case challenging Pennsylvania’s voter ID law has wrapped up with closing arguments before a Commonwealth Court judge.
Closing Arguments In Pa. Voter ID Law Challenge Set For ThursdayAfter several hours of wrangling over analysis of data pertaining to how many voters were unable to obtain proper ID prior to last year’s election, the judge postponed closing arguments until Thursday.
US Attorney General, in Philadelphia, Promises Strong Civil Rights AgendaEric Holder touched on issues that are currently affecting our region.
Opening Arguments Held As ACLU Fights To Overturn Pennsylvania's Voter ID LawThe Harrisburg courtroom was standing-room-only as opening statements were presented. The complete presentation by both sides took just over one hour.
Trial To Open On Lawfulness Of Pennsylvania Voter ID LawPennsylvania's voter ID law heads back to court Monday after nearly a year in legal purgatory. Opening arguments begin this afternoon in a trial that is expected to last two weeks.
Voting Rights Advocates See Hard Times In Wake Of US Supreme Court Decision"This decision was a bad day for America and for voting," says Jennifer Clarke, executive director of the Public Interest Law Center and one of the plaintiff attorneys in Pennsylvania's yearlong battle over voter ID.
Arizona Voter ID Law Overturned; Little Effect Seen on Pennsylvania LawPennsylvania's voter ID law will be argued in Commonwealth Court next month but, according to ACLU attorney Vic Walczak, who represents the plaintiffs challenging the law, the issues are completely different.
Challenge to Pa. Voter ID Law Likely To Drag Beyond May 2013 PrimaryACLU legal director Vic Walczak says the judge will likely schedule a hearing between now and May to determine whether to block the law for the primary.