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In two letters the State Supreme Court did not give a reason but did give notification.
It would not take up the voter ID case.
Showing a photo ID to vote was passed by the Republican majority legislature to help prevent voter fraud.
In March another Dane County judge issued a permanent injunction.
Blocking the voter ID law after a lawsuit by the League of Women Voters.
In another case in Dane County court Monday.
The immigrant rights group -- is still a front -- and the national association for the advancement of colored people are challenging the law.
Saying those often without photo IDs such as minorities and the poor might not vote.
As yet been for death presented -- produced by the defendants in this case show that this photo ID law.
One we're talking about act 23.
Designed tailored or crafted.
In any way to combat any particular type of fraudulent practice.
Judge David Flanagan previously issued a temporary injunction in the NAACP case now he will decide whether his court will make that permanent as well.
The judge previously came under criticism after it was revealed he signed a recall petition against Governor Walker.
The Department of Justice is defending the law and governor Scott Walker who signed it.
The Department of Justice questions how opponents to the -- got there are examples of potential voters who had difficulties getting photo IDs.
The plaintiffs made a deliberate effort to recruit -- tips and witnesses.
By having people stand outside.
Many individuals -- signed affidavits prepared by lawyers even though in some cases.
The affidavits contained inaccurate information.
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