The law goes against the National Voter Registration Act, and would require would-be voters to provide documents proving their citizenship before they would be allowed to vote.
The lawsuit is one of the most recent attempts to restrict access to the ballot box resulting from former President Donald Trump's repeated lies regarding his loss in 2020.
Republican lawmakers thrust Arizona into the national culture wars last week when they passed strict measures targeting abortion and the rights of transgender young people.
Voting proposals from Democrats, on the other hand, include automatic and same-day voter registration, opening more early voting locations, and implementing a voters’ bill of rights.
The bill would have appropriated nearly $4 million a year to conduct an audit of elections in Maricopa and Pima counties as well as two randomly selected smaller counties.
Arizona Sen. Kelly Townsend dropped her bid for Congress after failing to get a “promised” endorsement from former President Donald Trump.
Despite such proposals being deeply unpopular, many states have moved to ban or restrict any curriculum that has to do with teaching about sexuality or race relations.
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