Indiana Voter Purge Law Remains Blocked per 7th Circuit Ruling

A federal appeals court on Monday upheld a decision blocking enforcement of an Indiana law that voter rights advocates say illegally purges voters from the rolls without adhering to federally mandated election law safeguards. Legal fights over how Indiana removes the registrations of voters who may have moved have carried out since 2017, with voter rights groups mostly winning protections against voter purges in court. On Monday, these groups added U.S. Circuit Judge Diane Wood’s 31-page decision to that list of victories. Joe Kelly, Courthouse News Service. 

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