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Court order granting plaintiff's motion to withdraw motion for a preliminary injunction, in light of defendant's good faith concessions.
Sec. of State Brian Kemp's response to plaintiff's response for a preliminary injunction.
The U.S. Court of Appeals released its opinion to accompany the Sept. 9 order granting a preliminary injunction to prevent proof-of-citizenship requirements being added to the federal voter registration form.
Memo in Support of Motion for Preliminary Injunction in Georgia NAACP v. Kemp
Motion for Preliminary Injunction in Georgia NAACP v. Kemp
Exhibit 4 in Georgia NAACP v. Kemp: Garcia-Castillo Notification Letter
Exhibit 3 in Georgia NAACP v. Kemp: SSA 2009 IG Report
Exhibit 2 in Georgia NAACP v. Kemp: DDS and SSA Notification Letters
Exhibit 1 in Georgia NAACP v. Kemp: Administrative Submission of HAVA Verification Process under Section 5
Complaint filed September 14, 2016 in Georgia NAACP v. Kemp.