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Civil Practice – NC legislators can’t intervene in voter-ID law case (access required)

Where the North Carolina Attorney General is already representing the state’s interests in defending its voter-ID law and there was no evidence he lacked the “incentive” to robustly litigate on behalf of the law, the district court did not err in denying two motions to intervene filed by the leaders of the North Carolina House ...

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