Harris County sues to stop new Texas law abolishing its elections office

Harris County is headed to court to challenge a new state law that abolishes its elections office, County Attorney Christian Menefee announced Thursday. The county’s lawsuit aims to stop Senate Bill 1750 from going into effect Sept. 1, just 39 days before the voter registration deadline and 52 days from the start of early voting in the November election, which includes the Houston mayoral contest. Jen Rice, The Houston Chronicle. 

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