University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
Title "Voter ID: Applewhite v. Commonwealth"
Date May 8, 2014
Author The Public Interest Law Center
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Abstract In 2012, the Pennsylvania legislature passed a law requiring everyone to present certain types of photo ID before voting – a requirement that could have disenfranchised many people who cannot obtain ID and created additional burdens that fall heavily on urban, low-income, minority, elderly, and disabled voters. In conjunction with the ACLU of Pennsylvania, the Advancement Project, and Arnold & Porter LLP, the Law Center challenged the photo ID law in Commonwealth Court shortly after it went into effect.
Source The Public Interest Law Center

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case Applewhite v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (VR-PA-0115)

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