The three-year-old Texas voter ID law heads to federal court on Tuesday, where a judge will determine whether the measure requiring voters to present photo identification at polling places is unfair to minority voters. The three-year-old Texas voter ID law ...
Texas Voter ID Trial Seen as Test for Restoring U.S. Oversight
The U.S. Justice Department wants Texas back. A trial starting today in Corpus Christi over the legality of a voter ID statute may return the state to U.S. supervision of its treatment of minority voters, restoring what the Supreme Court took away last year.
Battle Between Justice Department, Texas Over Voter ID Law To Begin In Federal Court
In a courtroom in Corpus Christi, Texas, lawyers for the Justice Department and minority rights groups on Tuesday will begin to lay out their arguments before U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos for why Texas' voter ID law, which Republican Gov.