MADISON (AP) — A Wisconsin judge has upheld his temporary injunction of the state’s voter identification law.
Flanagan granted the temporary injunction on March 6. Another Wisconsin judge later filed a permanent injunction in a different lawsuit.
The decision continues to scramble plans for state officials who want the law in effect for the state’s April 3 presidential primary. Republicans have criticized Flanagan for signing a recall petition in November against Gov. Scott Walker.