Pa. Voter ID Law Injunction Extended Through May Elections

Law360, Philadelphia (February 14, 2013, 5:45 PM ET) -- The Pennsylvania Department of State and a group of plaintiffs challenging the state's new voter identification law agreed Thursday to extend an injunction blocking the law from taking effect through the state's May primary elections.

The stipulation filed with the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court between the state and attorneys for the opponents of the legislation — which include the Pennsylvania ACLU and Arnold & Porter LLP — means that the law will remain enjoined until a July trial.

"The benefits of the injunction to the voters and...
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