"... The court denied bypass in NAACP v. Walker as 'premature' because opening briefs in the court of appeals had not been filed. Although briefs have been filed in LWV v. Walker, the court noted that the incomplete briefs in NAACP would prevent the court from hearing oral argument on both cases at the same time. ..."
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Sunday, September 30, 2012
Wisconsin Supreme Court Refuses to Take Voter ID on Bypass
Tom Kamenick posted at the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty,