Attorney Lester Pines said he was concerned about the DMV policy on not telling voters they could get IDs for free. "Potentially there is a legal problem in that it shows the State is interested as a matter of policy in charging for these [IDs], and that would be a poll tax," Pines said. "The agency's policy is to put revenue above protecting the right to vote."Leave it to Walker to fire one of the smartest lawyers in Wisconsin.
"[W]hen a citizen votes in a judicial election, he or she exercises a right guaranteed under the First Amendment of the United States Constitution." — Wis. S. Ct. Justice Patience RoggensackJustice Roggensack's claim cannot be repeated often enough.
(Partly because she may eventually be forced to back away from it.)