MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Closing arguments are expected soon in a court case challenging Wisconsin’s voter photo ID law.

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and immigrant advocacy group Voces de la Frontera filed a lawsuit in Madison in December alleging the ID requirements create an unreasonable burden on voters. State attorneys have countered few people lack identification and concerns about obtaining IDs are overblown.

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Dane County Circuit Judge David Flanagan has issued a temporary injunction blocking the law from taking effect. He’s been hearing arguments in the case since Monday. Both sides were expected to make their closing arguments sometime Thursday.

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Another Dane County judge has issued a permanent injunction blocking the law in a separate challenge brought by the League of Women Voters. The state has appealed that ruling.

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