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The Campaign to Protect the Right to Vote and Expand Access to the Polls in Wisconsin

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Wisconsin Radio Network, 10/12/2016
Liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin [Institute] is calling for the law to be put on hold, following reports that DMV staff gave out wrong or incomplete information.
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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 10/11/2016
The lawsuit was brought by the liberal groups One Wisconsin Institute and Citizen Action of Wisconsin Education Fund.
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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune, 10/11/2016
A complaint by the liberal group One Wisconsin Institute has asked Judge Peterson to suspend the voter ID law in Wisconsin because of the irregularities.
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Wisconsin Radio Network, 10/10/2016
Judge Peterson will hold a hearing Wednesday to consider a filing by One Wisconsin [Institute], which seeks to invalidate Wisconsin’s voter ID law completely.
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WGBA-TV, 10/06/2016
One Wisconsin Institute says, state DMV centers gave out wrong or incomplete information about how to apply for photo ID cards.
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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 10/05/2016
James Peterson, who in July found a host of Wisconsin's election laws violate voting rights. The lawsuit was brought by the liberal groups One Wisconsin [Institute] and Citizen Action Education Fund.
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Wisconsin State Journal, 10/04/2016
Some of the remarks captured in the recordings contradict Peterson’s July court order, issued in response to a legal challenge to the voter ID law by the liberal group One Wisconsin Institute.
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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 09/30/2016
In ruling on a lawsuit brought by One Wisconsin Institute... Peterson in July found the state’s process for providing IDs to people who don’t have birth certificates violates voting rights.
Press Release

One Wisconsin Institute, 09/08/2016
It’s time for local election officials to step up to help voters vote with evening and weekend hours and multiple early vote locations.
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Courthouse News Service, 08/30/2016
One Wisconsin [Institute] executive director Scot Ross also praised the court for keeping what protections there are in place, but the American Civil Liberties Union is crying foul.