La. Parties Split On How Voting Law Alters Consent Decree

By Catherine Marfin (May 16, 2024, 6:30 PM EDT) -- A civil rights group told the Fifth Circuit on Thursday that a Louisiana state law enacted two weeks before the court reconsidered whether to dissolve a 30-year-old voting consent decree was enough to end its dispute, but disagreed with the state over the dissolution process for the consent decree determining how the state's high court justices are chosen....

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