The law required the state’s biggest cities and counties to let citizens register to vote on Election Day and at their local polling place.
It did not impose the same requirement on smaller election authorities.
“That’s not fair," said Jacob Huebert, with the conservative Liberty Justice Center. The agency sued over the law.
“That’s giving an opportunity — an important opportunity — to people in high-population counties that it doesn’t give to people in low-population counties," Hubert said.
Federal Judge Samuel Der-Yeghiayan agreed.