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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Courts - Still more on: Outcome of Indiana cert petitions to SCOTUS - voter ID review gets nod

Stories today on the Indiana voter ID case:

"High court takes case on voter ID in Indiana: Ruling on state law may affect elections across the U.S." reported by Rob Schneider of the Indianapolis Star.

"Justices to consider voter IDs: Supreme Court agrees to rule on document required by Indiana,"
reported by David G. Savage in the Baltimore Sun.

"Supreme Court to Examine Lethal Injection, Voter Identification,"
written by Tony Mauro of Legal Times.

"Supreme Court to Consider Use of Voter ID: Justices Will Also Hear Lethal-Injection Case,"
reported by Robert Barnes of the Washington Post.

"Justices Agree to Hear Case About Voter ID Laws" by Linda Greehouse of the NY Times.

"High court takes voter-ID challenge: Justices to review state law in '08" reported by Sylvia A. Smith, Washington editor of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.

"Justices to rule on Indiana's voter-ID law: Critics call rule an unfair burden,"
reported by Grace Schneider of the Louisville Courier Journal.

For background, start with this ILB entry yesterday.

For more on the lethal injection grant, yesterday, see "Ky. case may settle issue of execution: Lethal-injection drug combo challenged," reported by James R. Carroll of the LCJ.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on September 26, 2007 05:52 AM
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