Court Orders Texas To Change Its 'Discriminatory' Voter ID Law
The state has spent more than $3 million trying to defend its voter identification law.By Katie Link | July 20, 2016
Texas just got put in timeout — and it's an expensive timeout.
On Wednesday, an appeals court ruled the Lone Star State's strict voter identification law is discriminatory.
The law has bounced around in courts basically since its passage in 2011, and according to the Texas Tribune, the state has spent more than $3 million trying to defend it.