Supreme Court Won’t Hear TX Voter ID Case

The United States Supreme Court will not take another look at a lower court ruling that struck down Texas’ controversial Voter ID Law.

The Lone Star State had softened what many said was among the toughest voter ID laws in the country–but Attorney General Ken Paxton was hoping the High Court would ultimately restore the original law.

The case does continue in Federal District Court in Texas. A hearing that had been set to take place Tuesday has been rescheduled for next month.


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