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- Montana’s attorney general files its brief asking the Supreme Court not to subject the state to the Court’s election-buying decision in Citizens United.
- A Minnesota senate committee cast a party-line vote in favor of a Voter ID law that would disproportionately disenfranchise poor, minority and low-income voters.
- The Ninth Circuit pointedly reminds prosecutors that they cannot expect to remain anonymous when they commit misconduct.
- The Wyoming House came within two votes of moving forward with a bill that, according to the body’s Republican leader, would cause city officials to be fired and sued if they take away a gun from someone engaged in a riot.
- Anti-gay lawmakers in New Hampshire push to repeal marriage equality in that state.
- And, finally, the NRA adopts an interesting strategy to turn out young conservative voters — threaten them with Chuck Norris.