Voter ID Law Is Wrong
The Fourth District Court of Appeals last week overturned a March 2012 decision by Dane County judge Richard Niess, who ruled in favor of the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin, which claimed that the voter i.d. law is too burdensome, denying potential voters the right to vote. Andrea Kaminski says plains and simple, the law is wrong.
The law, which still faces legal challenges, would put Wisconsin among nearly three dozen U.S. states with voter ID measures.