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Wisconsin Voter ID Law: State Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Cases

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The state Supreme Court Monday refused to hear Voter ID cases stemming from suits brought by two different plaintiffs.

Justices issued one-page opinions on each of the lawsuits from the Milwaukee NAACP and the League of Women Voters, but declined to comment on why they refuse to hear either one, according to WisPolitics.com.

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