PBS NewsHour

Americans with disabilities fight states over voting laws

Clip: 09/09/2022 | 6m 19s | Video has closed captioning.

Americans with disabilities say state efforts to tighten voting laws are making it harder for eligible voters like them to cast their ballots. The debate recently played out in Wisconsin after voters there sued, prompting a federal judge to order the state to rewrite its guidance for election officials. Scott Thompson, an attorney for four of those plaintiffs, joined Judy Woodruff to discuss.

Aired: 09/09/22

Rating: NR

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