U.S. District Court in Texas Refuses to Stay its Own Order in Voter Registration Case

On August 14, a U.S. District Court in Texas refused to stay its own order in Voting for America, Inc., v Andrade, southern district, G-12-44. This is the case involving several Texas restrictions on voter registration drives. Among the other restrictions enjoined on August 2, one prevented out-of-state residents from helping to register voters. Texas plans to appeal the order and had hoped that the order would be suspended while the appeals process takes place.

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