Voter ID Laws
President Donald Trump's voter fraud claims could lead to more instances of voter suppression.
On the heels of Donald Trump being sworn into office, the DOJ requested that a voter ID law case in Texas be postponed.
Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein explains why African-Americans should vote for her in the 2016 presidential election.
Republican-led voter ID restrictions, which negatively impacted people of color, suffered a major blow last week in three states. On Friday in North Carolina, a federal judge rolled back obstructive voting measures. They included requiring a photo ID card to vote, reducing the number of early voting days, and prohibiting same-day voter registration. The 83-page decision […]
A federal judge ruled to keep a controversial North Carolina voter ID law in place, despite outcry from civil rights activists and residents who claim it has a negative impact on people of color. On Monday, U.S. District Judge Thomas Schroeder decided to dismiss lawsuits filed against state election laws. Judge Schroeder said there isn’t any substantial […]
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The Washington D.C. area, which received over two feet of snow, has decided to close both federal and local government offices and schools.
The Greater Birmingham Ministries and the Alabama NAACP on Wednesday filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Alabama, alleging that officials violated the Constitution and the Voting Rights Act when they enacted a strict Voter ID law.
During a speech Saturday at the Alabama Democratic Conference in Birmingham, Alabama, Hillary Clinton condemned the governor's plan to close 31 driver’s license offices.
AL officials to close 31 DMV offices in what some are calling an attempt to suppress the Black vote through limiting access to state IDs.