Today, a lawsuit was filed on behalf of a group of Black voters against Louisiana’s new congressional map.
Yesterday, the Arizona Legislature passed House Bill 2492, a bill that requires all Arizonans to provide proof of citizenship to register to vote, endangering the voter registrations of large numbers of Arizonans
On Monday, March 28, a North Carolina trial court struck down a state law barring individuals with past felony convictions who are currently on community supervision (probation, post-release supervision or parole) from registering to vote.
Today, a trial court judge permanently blocked Maryland’s newly-enacted congressional map.
Michigan’s legislative maps saw some activity in state and federal courts this week.
Today, an Arkansas trial judge entered a written order officially blocking four new voter suppression laws, ruling they all violate the Arkansas Constitution’s right to vote.
On Tuesday, Utah Gov. Spencer Cox (R) signed numerous new bills into law, including one focused on “election security.”
Today, the U.S. Supreme Court granted an emergency request from the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature to throw out the state’s newly-adopted legislative maps.
Today, a lawsuit was filed on behalf of a group of Black Arkansas voters against the state’s new congressional map.
Today, a lawsuit was filed in the Ohio Supreme Court against the state’s revised congressional map, the second map enacted during this round of redistricting.