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People with disabilities still face voting challenges after Supreme Court decision overturned

Three-hundred forty-thousand people across the state of Wisconsin who have a disability are eligible to vote, according to voting rights advocates.

They say the rights of people with disabilities have been under attack however; that's why they say voting is more important than ever for people who need help.

Officials at the Milwaukee County Election Commission, voting rights advocates, and people with disabilities teamed up Monday for National Disability Voting Rights Week to remind everyone voting needs to be accessible, private, and independently done.

People like Scott Luber, a plaintiff in Carey vs. the Wisconsin Election Commission, talked about how a Wisconsin Supreme Court decision scared him out of voting.

"[I was scared] that I would be breaking the law by doing so, by having assistance," said Independence First Board Vice Chair Scott Luber.

Read the full article and watch the video at CBS58 HERE