Legal challenge heard as Georgia’s new election reform law takes effect
A federal judge Thursday heard arguments seeking clarity on Georgia’s new election reform law as key parts of the new law take effect.
The start of what’s expected to be a long legal battle over Georgia’s voting process beganas U.S. District Judge Jean-Paul Boulee took on the first of eight lawsuits opposing the new law. The lawsuits do not include the U.S. Department of Justice’s lawsuit filed a week ago. Boulee will be handling all eight cases.