NC Lawmakers Use Privilege To Avoid Voting Law Testimony

Jul 24, 2015

After two weeks at trial, the state Friday could begin presenting its defense of North Carolina’s voting law. The Justice Department and other plaintiffs argue the law is discriminatory and suppresses minority participation in voting. But the architects of the law have yet to explain their motivation in court – and they don’t have to. WUNC’s Jeff Tiberii reports on the privilege many lawmakers are invoking.