The state reached a settlement with plaintiffs seeking to bring it in compliance with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, the relevant portion of which is commonly referred to as “Motor Voter,” ending nearly seven years of litigation.

Under the agreement, the state “will continue to utilize and make permanent the changes to the online driver license renewal and change-of-address process to ensure that simultaneous voter registration is available to applicants.” These changes were implemented last year following previous rulings, all three of which sided with the plaintiffs.

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