Corbett Aide Rebukes Justice Department Over Voter ID
The administration of Governor Tom Corbett is suggesting that a U.S. Department of Justice inquiry into Pennsylvania's tough, new voter identification law is politically motivated and outside of its authority.
A letter by Corbett's top lawyer, James Schultz, dated Friday, cites court decisions that he says back up the law's constitutionality.
The Corbett administration also appears unwilling to compile and send a long list of information about the law, as requested by the Department of Justice in a July 23rd letter.
Rather, Schultz offers to share all of the documents the state produced to defend a pending legal challenge in the state's courts, provided that department lawyers sign the same confidentiality agreements as lawyers who mounted the legal challenge.
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