A new South Carolina Voter ID law looks increasingly like a long shot to affect the November general election.
The law, , was shot down by the justice department again on Monday.
And on Tuesday, a lawsuit filed by South Carolina against the U.S. government received a new timetable.
Gov. Nikki Haley, a strong supporter of the new law, took to Facebook Tuesday and vowed to keep fighting: "We won't let this go."
Following the DOJ objection to the law last December, . .
The state Election Commission tells AP it would need about two months to implement the law.