A federal court said Thursday that it will, at least temporarily, block North Carolina from requiring photo ID at the polls in the coming elections. An order will come next week, with the announcement timed just before a statewide mailing was planned explaining the state’s ID rules. Public notice of the decision came in a short note appended to an online case file Thursday in NAACP et al v. Cooper, one of at least two ongoing lawsuits challenging voter ID in the state. Travis Fain, WRAL.
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