North Carolina NAACP president, Rev. William Barber, center at podium, gestures during a news conference in Richmond, Va., June 21. A federal appeals court on July 29 blocked a North Carolina law that required voters to produce photo identification and follow other rules disproportionately affecting minorities. The state’s request that the Supreme Court suspend the ruling pending appeal failed.
North Carolina NAACP president, Rev. William Barber, center at podium, gestures during a news conference in Richmond, Va., June 21. A federal appeals court on July 29 blocked a North Carolina law that required voters to produce photo identification and follow other rules disproportionately affecting minorities. The state’s request that the Supreme Court suspend the ruling pending appeal failed. Steve Helber AP
North Carolina NAACP president, Rev. William Barber, center at podium, gestures during a news conference in Richmond, Va., June 21. A federal appeals court on July 29 blocked a North Carolina law that required voters to produce photo identification and follow other rules disproportionately affecting minorities. The state’s request that the Supreme Court suspend the ruling pending appeal failed. Steve Helber AP

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