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Legal Topics: Voting
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Minnesota Statutes §204C.04 Employees; Time Off to Vote.
Minnesota Statutes §201.014 Elibibility to Vote, and §609B.610 Felony or Treason; Ineligible to Vote.
Minnesota Statutes, index topics Voting, Voter Registration.
Minnesota Votes, voter information from the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State.
Frequently Asked Questions including elections, from the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State.
2012 Constitutional Amendment, Voter ID
How a Constitutional Amendment Is Proposed and Ratified , from the Minnesota House Research Department.
Chapter 167 Laws of Minnesota 2012.
A12-0920: League of Women Voters Minnesota, et al., Petitioners, vs. Mark Ritchie, Respondent, documents filed in the case, from the Minnsota Judicial Branch.
A12-1258: Mary Kiffmeyer, et al., Petitioners, vs. Mark Ritchie, Respondent, Lori Swanson, Respondent, documents filed in the case, from the Minnsota Judicial Branch.
More about Voter Identification Requirements, from the National Conference of State Legislatures.
Related Topics: Election Law, Redistricting
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