Justices appear divided over Arizona's voter law
March 18th, 2013
03:22 PM ET
1 year ago

Justices appear divided over Arizona's voter law

Washington (CNN) – Legal challenges to state voter regulations are still drawing political and judicial scrutiny four months after the November election.

This was evident in a divisive oral argument on Monday at the Supreme Court over whether states can enhance a federal voter registration law with their own requirements.

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  1. Rudy NYC

    Everyone should have the same level playing field when it comes to civil rights. Having different rules in different states goes beyond bad policy. It opens the can of worms that says, "We won. Let's change the rules to how we like them." And back and forth it will go.

    March 18, 2013 03:33 pm at 3:33 pm |
  2. Moose

    Whats the big deal show ID, its alaw you have to carry ID, why not show it to vote--- oh yeah Oblameo would not have been reelected

    March 18, 2013 03:44 pm at 3:44 pm |
  3. jkane sfl the gop national disgrace party will be swept out like the trash they are in2014 ?

    More gop vote rigging ,the only way the gop can win . The make the communist party look good,the same ,party before people .

    March 18, 2013 03:45 pm at 3:45 pm |
  4. Dutch/Bad Newz, VA

    In the times we're living in when there is clearly an effort by states to surpress the vote, the SCOTUS should not allow any changes to voting rules.

    March 18, 2013 03:50 pm at 3:50 pm |
  5. Thomas

    Why not put barcodes on new born babes ?

    Diebold's AccuVote voting machines could scan voters heads , fast simple , easy to use , less waiting.

    March 18, 2013 04:48 pm at 4:48 pm |