A U.S. Magistrate Judge issued a ruling requiring lawmakers to turn over email, correspondence and other documents exchanged while transforming the state’s voting process.
Judge Tells North Carolina Republicans To Hand Over Docs And Emails Related To Voting Law
March 29, 2014

Via FreakOutNation:

Something stinks in North Carolina. The state’s legislative leaders who crafted the new restrictive voter ID law will have to turn over some of their correspondence and email messages to voters and organizations who are challenging the wide-ranging amendments, according to a federal court ruling. The state tried to block the demand by civil rights groups previously.









An interesting tidbit in this report is that that the attorneys for the lawmakers contended that the lawmakers were protected by legislative immunity and should be free from...

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