Missouri’s Supreme Court ruled photo ID requirements unconstitutional in 2006.
An argument by association isn’t a valid argument. It’s a dodge.
Voters already have to swear, on penalty of perjury, that they are citizens when registering.
Two big wins at the Court yesterday. Are more on the way?
Another unarguably good idea set to die in a Republican-controlled legislature.
Another incremental step in the right direction for a state with a history of making it hard for felons to vote.
When the GOP’s aversion to academia is used for political ends.
When a “fix” is really about keeping the system at an acceptable level of brokenness.
If you’re going to make exceptions, then why have the requirement in the first place?
By Chief Justice Roberts’s own standard, “any racial discrimination in voting is too much.”
Senator Cory Booker recently called New Jersey’s voter registration system an “absurdity.”
The history of Virginia’s voting restrictions reek of discriminatory intent.
Just because the public has an opinion doesn’t mean that opinion’s legal.