(Worthy News) – A state judge in Arkansas nixed four election laws, ruling on Friday that the laws put an undue burden on voters.
Pulaski County Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen granted the plaintiffs, the League of Women Voters of Arkansas and Arkansas United, a permanent injunction over the measures, which would tighten voting requirements and were enacted last year by the Legislature.
“Court further finds that defendant’s stated concerns about election integrity and insecurity are based entirely on conjecture and speculation. Conjecture and speculation, however plausible, cannot be permitted to supply the place of proof,” Griffen ruled. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]
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