Dane County Circuit Court Judge David Flanagan recently issued a temporary injunction blocking enforcement of the new photo identification law during upcoming elections. Judge Flanagan held that the Plaintiffs were very likely to prevail on the merits of their constitutional challenge of the law because “[t]he scope of the impairment has been shown to be serious, extremely broad and largely needless.” The Court found that that “[i]t remains true and, for this court, dispositive that the new voter identification requirements implemented by Act 23 will likely exclude from the election process a significant portion of Wisconsin voters who are qualified under our constitution to participate in this process.” A copy of the decision can be found here.
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