When technology obviates the need for an election law that prevents some otherwise eligible voters from casting a ballot, a jurisdiction’s reten-tion of that law and refusal to adopt the technology should be deemed a se-rious infringement of the right to vote that triggers strict scrutiny under the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution.
Henry L. Chambers Jr.,
Technological Change, Voting Rights, and Strict Scrutiny,
79 Md. L. Rev.
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