Tag: COVID-19

Fifth Circuit Court Ruling In The Case Challenging Unsafe And Unequal Election Practices In Texas During A Pandemic Featured in Law 360

Following the ruling, plaintiffs file new motion for preliminary injunction for relief under the Voter Rights Act to require the statewide mask mandate in Texas be applied at polling locations. Law 360 recently covered the Fifth Circuit Court’s ruling in Mi Familia Vota v. Abbott — the case challenging unsafe and unequal election practices in
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Statement on NAACP v. Boockvar Ruling, Judge Denies NAACP’s Request for Equal and Safe Voting Procedures during a Pandemic

“We’re deeply disappointed in the judge’s decision. We’re exploring all options—including an immediate appeal to the state supreme court.” — Rev. Kenneth L. Huston, President of the NAACP Pennsylvania State Conference. (Harrisburg) Ruling from the bench on Wednesday, September 9th after a two-day hearing, Judge Kevin Brobson of the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania stated that
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Trump Campaign and Republican National Committee Seek to Intervene in Pennsylvania Case Challenging Unsafe and Unequal State Election Rules During a Pandemic

Voting Rights Advocates Filed Lawsuit in June on Behalf of the Pennsylvania NAACP – Pennsylvania NAACP Will Oppose the Intervention Motion HARRISBURG, PA (July 21, 2020) — President Trump’s re-election campaign and the Republican National Committee (RNC) filed a motion yesterday to intervene in a case challenging a broad range of Pennsylvania election practices as
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