May 10, 2021

Media Coverage of Florida Alliance for Retired Americans’ Lawsuit Over Voting Restrictions

Press Releases

Federal Judge Finds Florida Voting Law Unconstitutional in Case Brought by the Florida Alliance for Retired Americans and Others, March 31

Florida Alliance’s Lawsuit Against the State’s Restrictive Voting Law Goes to Court, February 4

Florida Alliance Sues State of Florida to Protect Voting Rights, May 10, 2021

Media Coverage

Judge rules portions of Florida’s election law unconstitutional
Tampa Bay 10, March 31, 2022

Florida voting law put under the microscope in federal court
NBC News, January 31, 2022

Florida gets another legal challenge to new elections rules
Associated Press, June 14, 2021

League of Women Voters, Black Voters Matter sue all 67 Florida counties over new election restrictions
Tampa Bay 10, May 6, 2021

Florida Voting Law To Face Court Challenges
(WUWF Radio, Pensacola), May 9, 2021

5 Things To Know On Friday
(WPTV, West Palm Beach), May 7, 2021

6 Things to Know
(NBC-6, Miami), May 7, 2021

Republican lawmakers in Texas and Florida move forward with voting reform, unfazed by fallout in Georgia
(Deseret News, Salt Lake City), May 6, 2021

Transcript: The ReidOut, 5/6/21
MSNBC, May 6, 2021

Florida Voting Integrity Bill Immediately Faces Lawsuits After Becoming Law
(The Epoch Times, New York City), May 6, 2021

DeSantis signs controversial elections bill
Palm Beach Observer, May 6, 2021

In St. Pete, voting and civil rights advocates speak out against Florida elections bill
(Bay News 9, St. Petersburg), May 11, 2021

League of Women Voters of Florida files suit to overturn new election law
(Lehigh Acres Citizen, Ft. Myers), May 12, 2021

Florida legislation heads to court
(KPVI-6, Pocatello, Idaho)

ACLU of Florida files federal lawsuit one day after Gov. DeSantis signs new election bill
ABC WEAR-TV, May 8, 2021

DeSantis signs controversial elections bill
Ormond Beach Observer, May 6, 2021

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