TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Brittany Sims on Oct 11, 2012

The Tennessee Court of Appeals has agreed to hear a challenge to the state's new voter identification requirement law. Last month, Davidson County Chancellor Carol McCoy ruled against the city of Memphis in a suit it brought seeking to satisfy the identification requirement through the issuing of library cards with photos. Oral arguments are set for Oct.18, one day after early voting starts in Tennessee. The Tennessean has the story