Arizona's Voter-ID Law Gets Temporary Pass From U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy
In April, the U.S. Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a portion of Arizona's voter-approved voter-ID law, intended to keep non-citizens from voting.
Kennedy's order comes in response to Arizona Solictor General David Cole's motion on Wednesday that sought a stay to the Ninth Circuit's ruling.
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