SE Texas Record: Supreme Court declines to review Texas Voter ID law case
The Campaign Legal Center, one of the first plaintiffs to file a claim against SB 141, agrees with Veasey's assessment of the law.
“It was clear from the beginning the law would have a serious impact on minority voters in an unjustified manner,” Danielle Lang, deputy director of voting rights at the Campaign Legal Center, told the Southeast Texas Record. “We feel it disproportionately effects the poor, minorities and the elderly. And every court that has reviewed the law has agreed.”
She stated that according to the organization's findings, 6,000 registered voters would not have access to the necessary identification under the law.