N.H. Supreme Court Upholds Law Shielding Voter Database From Subpoenas, But Dems Are Eyeing Changes
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The New Hampshire Supreme Court says a new law that prevents the state’s voter database from being subpoenaed as evidence in ongoing lawsuits is valid — which means it can also apply to a case that started before that new prohibition went into effect.

The database became a flashpoint in an ongoing lawsuit challenging the voter registration law known as Senate Bill 3, which adds new steps to the registration process.

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