LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - The Wisconsin Supreme court is getting ready to weigh in on the state's Voter ID law.
The court will hear oral arguments this week for two lawsuits challenging the law, one by the league of women voters, the other by the NAACP. A Dane County judge struck down the law in both cases, but an appeals court found the law constitutional. The justices are scheduled to hear arguments in both cases Tuesday.
A federal judge in Milwaukee is considering two other challenges to the law as well.
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