The US Supreme Court will not hear the state's appeal of a lower court ruling that struck down the voting reforms passed in 2013. The law included the voter ID requirement and the reduction in early voting. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts wrote that the court’s decision should not be taken as a sign that the case had no merit. The appeals process was complicated when Roy Cooper won the Governor's race and Attorney General Josh Stein attempted to drop the case and Republican lawmakers objected.
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