The U.S. Supreme Court will hear Husted v Ohio A. Philip Randolph Institute, 16-980, later this year, or possibly early next year. All the briefs should be completely filed by September 15, 2017, and then the Court will set a hearing date. The issue is the interpretation of the federal law on voter registration. Ohio interprets it to allow it to purge voters from the registration rolls if they haven’t voted in the last two years. But the Sixth Circuit ruled earlier that Ohio’s interpretation is erroneous, and the purge can’t take place except after four years of non-voting.