PLF files brief in North Carolina voter ID case

In 2013, on the heels of the Supreme Court’s Shelby County decision that ended federal preclearance of voting laws, North Carolina enacted an omnibus election reform bill that set off … ›

Opposing disparate impact theory doesn't mean ignoring disparities

PLF opposes the use of disparate impact theory to strike down race-neutral laws that only have a disproportionate racial effect.  For example, PLF supported Merrill Lynch, when its policy of … ›

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PLF files brief in North Carolina voter ID case

In 2013, on the heels of the Supreme Court’s Shelby County decision that ended federal preclearance of voting laws, North Carolina enacted an omnibus election reform bill that set off … ›

Opposing disparate impact theory doesn't mean ignoring disparities

PLF opposes the use of disparate impact theory to strike down race-neutral laws that only have a disproportionate racial effect.  For example, PLF supported Merrill Lynch, when its policy of … ›

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PLF files brief in North Carolina voter ID case

In 2013, on the heels of the Supreme Court’s Shelby County decision that ended federal preclearance of voting laws, North Carolina enacted an omnibus election reform bill that set off … ›

Opposing disparate impact theory doesn't mean ignoring disparities

PLF opposes the use of disparate impact theory to strike down race-neutral laws that only have a disproportionate racial effect.  For example, PLF supported Merrill Lynch, when its policy of … ›

PLF files brief in North Carolina voter ID case

In 2013, on the heels of the Supreme Court’s Shelby County decision that ended federal preclearance of voting laws, North Carolina enacted an omnibus election reform bill that set off … ›

Opposing disparate impact theory doesn't mean ignoring disparities

PLF opposes the use of disparate impact theory to strike down race-neutral laws that only have a disproportionate racial effect.  For example, PLF supported Merrill Lynch, when its policy of … ›