The legal complaint objects to strict limits on drop box availability, a deadline to request absentee ballots 11 days before election day, a reduction in early voting before runoffs, ID verification requirements of voters who lack a state ID, bans on early voting buses and a prohibition on handing out food and water to voters waiting in line.
State legislators who supported the law have said it treats all voters equally and will improve voter confidence in elections.
Previous lawsuits have also opposed drop box restrictions, ID requirements, absentee request deadlines, provisional ballot disqualifications, food and drink limits and absentee ballot request mailings.
About the lawsuit
The suit alleges that drop box restrictions, earlier absentee ballot deadlines, quicker runoffs, long lines and ID requirements will have a disproportionate impact on Black voters and other historically disenfranchised communities.