(The Hill) The Arkansas Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the state could enforce its voter ID law during the primary elections later this month, despite another judge declaring the law unconstitutional, The Associated Press reported.
Pulaski County Circuit Judge Alice Gray had granted a preliminary injunction last month to block the law from going into effect ahead of the May 22 primary.
But the state Supreme Court sided with the state officials who requested that the court stay Gray’s ruling. Early voting for the primary starts Monday.
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