Posted Friday, June 29, 2012 --- 11:10 a.m.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- The state attorney general says he doesn't believe challenges to Wisconsin's voter identification law will be settled before the November election.
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen says the courts are showing no sense of urgency to get the cases scheduled. Van Hollen tells WTMJ radio's Charlie Sykes his agency has pulled ever legal maneuver possible to get the cases moving.
The 4th District Court of Appeals in April refused to lift an injunction blocking the law while it decides the case. State attorneys asked the appeals court to reverse the injunction in time for the spring recall elections.
A separate case before Dane County Circuit Judge David Flanagan is also pending. That challenge was filed by the NAACP and immigrant advocacy group Voces de la Frontera.
Information from: WTMJ-AM, http://www.620wtmj.com
Copyright 2012. The Associated Press.
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